coffee tables. Tuesday , November 15th , 2016 - 09:18:18 AM
'It is an art! No stupid machine can do it, especially those idiotic metal boxes that you use nowadays!', such an outburst from Ishmael, a Dutch-Indian coffee grower in the Kodagu (Coorg) is quite common. Ishmael is no fan of commonly found coffee machines. The enormous disapproving frown from his shiny bald head vanishes and is replaced with a fond, loving look as he described a fairytale of how coffee is grown. The wrinkled 80-year old man is an encyclopedia of information on coffee. 'Cariappa (Legendary Field Marshall of the Indian army from Coorg) would declare war on coffee machines if he saw how you drink it now. Mechanical nonsense! Ha!'.
Egypt, a primarily tea-drinking nation, calls its coffee ahwa, a potent drink, with (ariha - little sugar, mazboot - moderate amount of sugar and ziyada - very sweet) or without sugar (sadda). Egyptian men often have a favorite coffee shop, where they enjoy the shisha, ahwa, and a game of backgammon or chess with their friends. Egyptian coffee might taste a bit sour, due to the local beans, but it can be masked by adding sugar.
In coffees that contain syrups, try to reduce the number of pumps that go into making the coffee as sweet as it is. For instance, even 1 pump of syrup is enough, rather than 4 pumps that are usually present in one cup of coffee. Also, a number of sugar-free syrups are available that taste the same, yet are relatively calorie-free.
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