Plantation Berry Filter Coffee
Traditionally known as KAAPI or Madras filter coffee, South Indian filter coffee is made by brewing finely grounded coffee beans in a traditional filter. The frothed milk is added to the filter brewed coffee and is consumed in a steel or copper tumbler known as Dabarah or Devorah. The usual filter coffee has a blend of Robust & Arabica with chicory.
The peculiarity of the Berry Filter coffee bean is its mutation, where instead of two seeds, there is only a single seed shaped like a pea. Therefore the name, Peaberry. These beans are hand-sorted and therefore make the process a labor-intensive task.
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Peaberry Coffee Bean
For 100 ml coffee powder you should add 200 ml hot water to make a decoction.
Water should be 95 degrees not boiling hot.
Milk also should be steamed in a steamer and not boiled.