Wake up to Aromatic Traditional Filter Coffee
A South-Indian kitchen is incomplete without a traditional brass coffee filter. To make a hot and freshly brewed cup of coffee, bitter freshly-ground coffee powder is filled in the upper compartment of the brass coffee filter and steaming water is poured over it and the lid closed. What happens inside is magic. The water mixes with the coffee and aromatic decoction slowly drops into the lower compartment. Milk and a sweetener is added to the decoction to make an early morning cup of coffee.
Nowadays, the market is filled with steel filters which have replaced ancient Brass filters. The brass coffee filter, however, retains taste and has therapeutic properties that are unparalleled with any other.
Brass coffee filters are family heirlooms and with proper care can last for many generations. Buy your very own brass coffee filter from www.fromindia.com today.