South Indian Coffee Making Made Easier

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  1. Rohit Suri
    Rohit Suri says:

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  2. julie *
    julie * says:

    Thank you thank you thank you for posting this video… I have arrived back home to Australia after a holiday in Chennai. I fell in love with South Indian coffee and thanks to your video I have been able to make it right here at home

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  3. anand s
    anand s says:

    Sir, thanks for sharing the recipe especially the mixture of the coffee powder. Please tell me what is the difference between your style and the regular filter device what we use. me & my family have been using filter coffee device for very long and I am eager to know the difference.
    Thanks in advance 🙂

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  4. yeahitsalright7
    yeahitsalright7 says:

    I have never made coffee myself, but at home they used to make it regularly. Coffee decoction was rarely stored for more than 2 days. Are you sure it can be refrigerated for up to a month (or even for a week)? If yes, that would make my life easier.

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  5. laughitoff
    laughitoff says:

    Coffee is popular in southern parts of India, and hence we have our own way of making filtered coffee. People from the rest of India seem to enjoy tea more. The restaurants run by Indians outside of India usually don't have authentic Indian food (this is the same for most cuisines – it's never as good as the original cuisine).
    Try visiting a restaurant dedicated to making South Indian food and beverages. The taste of this coffee is similar to Vietnamese coffee, though Indian coffee is stronger.

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  6. Chance Whistler
    Chance Whistler says:

    I have gone to several Indian/Pakistan restaurants requesting "Indian style coffee" But, the people there look at me like they have never heard of the word coffee before. I guess maybe it's a regional thing? Anyone know of an place in the Houston/San Antonio area that serve this style of coffee?

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  7. k srivatsa iyengar
    k srivatsa iyengar says:

    chicory thickens the coffee, and yes, it does "spoil "( some people think it enhances ) the taste of coffee… this decoction lasts over a month under refrigeration, but in open can last upto two/ three days in summer / winter .. regards, cheers and take care 🙂

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  8. n subramanian
    n subramanian says:

    THATS OLD METHOD OF USING CLOTH FILTER
    BUT NOW COFEE MAKERS WITH SS FILTER AND WATEWR HEATED TO STEM LEVEL TEMPERATURE
    SEE THE SPEC OF CITIZEN BRAND COFFEE MAKER WHICH IS ALMOST AUTOMATIC
    AROMA (SMELL) IS DEPENDANT ON QUALITY OF SEEDS WHICH IS VERY RARE HERE IS WE ARE LEFT WITH THIRD GRADE THE REST BEING EXPORTED
    SUBRAMANIAN

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  9. Suresh Ramasubramanian
    Suresh Ramasubramanian says:

    you are supposed to brew south indian coffee in small quantiites – in a drip filter. Not at all like this. I am not sure how much time you save given that a drip filter takes less than five minutes to brew coffee.

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  10. theskeptic2010
    theskeptic2010 says:

    My wife is east Indian and her family is originally from Kerela – She introduced me to south Indian coffee and she essentially makes it the same way you do only she makes a bit larger quantity. I have to admit that it's the best coffee I've ever tasted, and I have been a lifelong American coffee drinker 🙂 Right now we are looking for someplace here in the USA where you can buy an east Indian coffee maker but I haven't seen any here. I suppose next time my wife makes a trip back home… Thanks!

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