South Indian filter coffee is both an everyday staple and a luxury across southern India. An alternative to modern coffee brewing, this traditional southern Indian take on coffee has an unmatched flavor that will make you think twice about your dark roast and your French press.
The unique flavor and aroma of South Indian filter coffee can be attributed to the blending of coffee beans with chicory root. To have this coffee black is sacrilegous, and milk is a key ingredient here.
You want to brew this delightful warming beverage in a manual drip coffee maker with a steel strainer.In the strainer, blend five tablespoons of ground chicory-infused coffee beans, half a cup of hot water, one and a half cups of milk and some sugar.
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This South Indian Filter Coffee is Unmatched in Flavor
- By: Rahul KalvapalleMar 25, 2015