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  • Arab Coffee

    Posted by Jonathan on December 27th, 2016 (All posts by )

    Arab Coffee

    Cafe Najjar is the official Arab/Turkish coffee of the Chicago Boyz blog.


    3 Responses to “Arab Coffee”

    1. PenGun Says:

      So, do you sprinkle a little cold water on top to drown the grounds? I make camp coffee in a similar manner and the cold water trick clears the cup/pot well.

    2. Jonathan Says:

      What I’ve done so far is fill the pot to about an inch from the top, stir in a couple of tablespoons of sugar, put the pot on the heat and add two or three heaping tablespoons of coffee. When it starts to boil you take it off the heat for a minute. Repeat the on/off heat cycle a few times and it’s done. I’ve tried stirring, not stirring, and the results have been consistently excellent with the Najjar coffee. Thus the recommendation.

    3. LetsPlay Says:

      I find a French press to be great once you get the basic steps and timing down.