★ What is South Indian coffee filter
coffee drink made by mixing frothed and boiled milk with the infusion obtained by percolation brewing of finely ground coffee powder in a traditional Indian filter.
The drink known as Kaapi, is the South Indian phonetic rendering of “coffee”. The drink may be known as Madras filter coffee, Madras kaapi, Kumbakonam degree coffee, Mylapore filter coffee, or Mysore filter coffee. Outdoor India the term “filter coffee” may refer to drip brew coffee, which is a distinct form of preparing coffee.
★ How to Use south indian coffee filter stainless steel
1) Place the coffee powder in the upper chamber of the coffee filter, and lightly tamp the powder the usage of the pressing disc. Leave the disc in place after tamping. (Tamping principally ensures that the coffee powder is even in the chamber. The powder shouldn’t be tamped as hard as espresso grounds.)
2) Place the upper chamber on the lower one, and fill the upper chamber with boiling water.
3) Cover the coffee filter, and let it brew for 10 to 15 minutes.
4) Whilst the decoction is brewing, heat milk to a boil on the stove.
5) When the decoction is finished, pour 1 to 2 Tbsps. of the decoction into the dabarah, and then fill the dabarah with milk. Add your desired amount of sugar.
6) Pour the mixture backward and forward between the Dabarah and tumbler, the usage of high arcing motions to pour, until the coffee is cool enough to drink.
7) Serve in the dabarah, setting it in the tumbler.
MADE IN ❤ INDIA
✔️ STRENGTH/QUALITY : A coffee filter is a robust; durable item
✔️ CORROSION RESISTANCE : It is resistant to rust; stains and corrosion.
✔️ EASE OF CLEANING : This stainless steel has the ability to be easily cleaned
✔️ CAPACITY : This product has 200ml capacity
✔️ QUANTITY : In this filter you’ll make 3 to 4 cups of coffee