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Topic: Turkish coffee from an Ibrik (2 msgs / 38 lines)
1) From: Wally Merrin
Just for fun, I'm going to order an Ibrik from SM, what are some  
likely coffee choices and roast levels to try with it?  I'll probably  
start with Raj Apte's brewing method described on SM's Ibrik page.
Thanks,
Wally
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Wally Merrin
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2) From: Paul Helbert
Any coffee will be interesting made in the ibrik. A musty, earthy Sidamo
would be a good starting point. Try Ethiopian or Yemen for authenticity; but
if you go authentic, there will be so much sugar that origin probably won't
much matter. Think thick, hot, black and sweet!
On Sun, Jan 4, 2009 at 1:58 AM, Wally Merrin  wrote:
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