How do you brew coffee the turkish way?

United States
January 26, 2007 6:01pm CST
I love strong coffee. The best coffee I have had so far was in Greece. I had some espresso. I thought if I buy a french press I can recreate the experience. Close, but not quite. Recently I bought a Moka pot to make espresso on the stove. I love it, but it is still not the same (though I can make a very good Breve better than Starbucks :-))Anyone have any suggestions on what I can do?
2 responses
@Phlamingho (7831)
• Denmark
27 Jan 07
The secret is in the type of coffee you use. It really pays off to buy some a bit more expensive coffee. Whole beans if possible.
• United States
27 Jan 07
What kinds of coffee are good to use? Do you still brew it the same? Can I use a french press?
• Canada
27 Jan 07
Hi, having great fresh beans is essentials for make any style of coffee. I was going to type out how to make it (or how I make it) but I just found this guide which is quite good, so I'll provide a link instead ;) http://www.fantes.com/turkish_coffeemakers.htm