INDIAN FILTER BREW GUIDE

The coffee filter consists of two cups, one that nests on top of the other. The upper cup holds the coffee grounds, and it has holes that let the brew drip into the lower cup. The strong decoction is collected in the lower cup. 

There is also a pressing disc for tamping the grounds and a lid for keeping the decoction warm while brewing

STEP 1

Add 50 gm of CFC ground coffee into the upper chamber of the coffee filter, and lightly tamp the powder using the pressing disc. Leave the disc in place after tamping. (Tamping mainly ensures that the coffee powder is even in the chamber. The powder shouldn’t be tamped as hard as espresso grounds.)

STEP 2

Place the top chamber on the lower chamber and fill up the top chamber with 200 ml boiling water.

STEP 3

Cover the top chamber and let it brew for 20 to 30 minutes. A nice thick decoction will be collected at the bottom chamber.

Check How to Make Filter Coffee at Home.