Brew Your Cup

Green Tea

Green Tea

Use one tea spoon of  green tea

2-3 grams per cup.

Bring fresh water to the boil & pour

the boiling water in the teapot.

Brew it for 2-4 minutes.

Do not brew for longer to avoid

tea becoming bitter.

Pour liquid tea from the teapot

into cup.

Add sugar, honey, lemon or other

fruit flavors as per taste.

Do not add milk.

Use one tea spoon of  green tea

2-3 grams per cup.

Bring fresh water to the boil & pour

the boiling water in the teapot.

Brew it for 2-4 minutes.

Do not brew for longer to avoid

tea becoming bitter.

Pour liquid tea from the teapot

into cup.

Add sugar, honey, lemon or other

fruit flavors as per taste.

Do not add milk.

Ice Tea

Ice Tea

Brew a pot of fresh green tea

(as instruction given above)

Bring to the room temperature.

Chill to your preference & enjoy your

fresh glass of ICE TEA.    

 

 

 

 

Filter Coffee

Filter Coffee

This one is for the purist who believes in the perfect hot 

cup of Filter Coffee.

BREWING REQUIREMENTS:

ROAST

Medium

GRIND SIZE

Medium - Fine *

COFFEE TO WATER RATIO

 1: 10

TEMPERATURE OF THE WATER

 920C – 960C

THE PROCEDURE

  • Fix the top vessel of the filter on the lower

one.

  • Remove the plunger from the upper vessel
  • of the filter.
  • Add medium-fine ground*, 20 g (4 tsp) of  fresh

Roasted Coffee powder.

  • Prepare a uniform bed of powder and moisten the

ground with little water.

  • Insert the plunger down & pour 200 ml of freshly

 boiled water over the plunger.

  • Allow it to brew for 4-6minutes. Wait for the

brewing cycle to conclude. Do not disturb the extraction

process in between.

  • Remove the upper vessel and pour out the extract

 obtained from the lower vessel into the cups.

  • Add fresh hot milk and sugar (Optional). Alternatively

, the coffee extract can be added to fresh hot milk

in cups. For a great cup of Indian filter coffee, use

60 ml milk to 60 ml of coffee extract.

Serve coffee immediately after brewing. Never

reheat brewed coffee.

*Neither too fine nor coarsely ground.
250g of coffee powder makes 33 cups of great coffee.

BREWING THE BEST

1.     Start with freshly roasted coffee

2.     Match the grind of the coffee to the

    type of brewer

3.     Use fresh, cold water

4.     Use an established brewing formula

 (coffee-to-water ratio)

5.     Ensure the brewing water reaches the

correct temperature

6.     Remove grounds immediately

7.     Wait for the brewing cycle to conclude

8.     Serve coffee immediately after brewing

9.     Never reheat brewed coffee

Regularly clean all equipment

Cold Coffee

Cold Coffee
  1. Brew a pot of fresh  filter coffee (as instruction given above) using 2 tablespoons of QUALITY dark-roasted ground coffee per cup.
  2. Transfer the hot coffee to a carafe or pitcher.
  3. Let the coffee stand at room temperature for 3 to 5 hours, or refrigerate it until cold, about 1 1/2 to 3 hours.
  4. After bringing  to the room temperature , chill to your preference . ( For instant one can use  ice cubes) Pour the chilled coffee into the glass.
  5. Stir the coffee to equalize its temperature. Add milk if you like.