In a Greek household, drinking coffee is a way of life. As a young girl I remember my father always drinking it and my mother always making it. I remember these days fondly, sipping coffee and chatting…these are the memories that I love so much.
2 teaspoons sugar
2 teaspoons coffee
Greek coffee is brewed in a long-handled copper (or stainless steel) classic ‘briki’ coffee pot.
Pour 2 cups (500 mls) water (small coffee cup) into the briki. Add sugar and coffee and stir well. Place over a low heat and allow to simmer. Before it starts to boil, remove from heat and pour the froth into the two coffee cups. Return to the stove and allow to boil, then carefully pour the coffee into the cups.
Take care not to disturb the froth too much.