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Ibrik Recipe

Alexandra Istrate

The year 2020 was not the most beloved, but now that it is over, we can focus on receiving the good things that will come with this new beginning! After all the insecurity offered by this period, one thing that stands still is the brew guide we have prepared for you.

The next check we put on our list is for Ibrik (or Cezne)

Ibrik is one of the most popular methods of making coffee. A cup of coffee made from an ibrik is famous for its aroma and concentration. The ibrik is made of copper, but can also be made of stainless steel or ceramic.

  1. The coffee must be ground as finely as possible, similar to powder in consistency.
  2. Pour cold water into the ibrik together with the freshly ground coffee so that it remains at least one centimeter free under the neck of the ibrik (the narrowest part) and mix with a teaspoon.
  3. Boil on an average heat source for about 1-2 minutes until the first circle of cream appears, at which point the heat source is reduced to a minimum.
  4. Follow the slow growth of the cream (fine texture, without large bubbles) until it reaches in an uniform layer the top of the ibrik. Be careful not to boil.
  5. It is removed from the heat source and let to sit for about 30-45 sec.
  6. Put a teaspoon of cream in each cup and pour the coffee carefully.
  7. Let it sit for a few minutes and enjoy.

Our recommendation is not to add sugar to it, to feel the natural aroma of coffee, but if you like the taste, it is best to use brown sugar which should be added from the beginning, in cold water.

Enjoy!


P.S. For each brewing method you choose, you need a qualitative, freshly roasted, and aromatic coffee.

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