When I recieved the Gloria Jean’s Coffee Hamper two nights ago I thought the coffee beans that came with it were for filter or drip coffee machines. My sister insisted that it was french coffee and I was calmly explaining to her over and over through gritted teeth that you needed a special coffee machine to make this coffee. But Guess what? I saw this video…
When I saw it I grew suspicious, so I emailed Ms. Salma Arab from Gloria Jean’s coffee asking her if the coffee beans are for French coffee or for filter coffee? She confirmed it was for French! When she did I had already imagined my self with my mama’s favorite turkish coffee set making this post at our post futoor gathering :D
The beauty of Turkish or French coffee is that it can be made anywhere. So while hanging out with the family and apologizing to my sister Shosho on not believing her the night before I made this coffee and post. That’s how easy it is. I really wanted to try the Hazelnut french coffee so I tried that…
You take your cup of turkish coffee, that’s your measure for hot water.
Fill it with hot water to save time.
Pour the water inside the Kanaka over the stove.
As soon as the water boil you must drop your spoonful of coffee beans.
Add sugar to taste. I used 3/4 a teaspoon and it was quite sweet tra.
Add the sugar to the coffee and water in the kanaka and mix well.
Wait until it boils. If you like your coffee with “wesh” take it off the heat the moment it boils. If you like your coffee without wesh place it several times on the stove again to reboil it so the wesh disappears before pouring it.
Pour and enjoy the aroma <3
A perfect cup of Hazelnut French coffee that smells and tastes divine. Done in a few minutes
Accompanied by a slice of my homemade strawberry cheesecake (recipe).
I drank more than one cup that’s for sure! I loved it <3 Thank you Ms. Salma Arab and Gloria Jeans Coffee for the gift again and for clarifying that its in fact French and not filtered coffee