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Ikarians boil their coffee instead of brewing it. Although this method is commonly known as ?Turkish coffee,? it?s used in Greece, the Middle East, and in other parts of the world.

 

INGREDIENTS
Briki or small saucepan 2 teaspoons Greek coffee 2 cups cold water

 

DIRECTIONS
Add water and coffee to briki or saucepan. Stir until the grounds dissolved. Slowly bring to a boil. When you see foam at the top, remove from heat. Evenly divide the foam between two coffee cups, and then pour in remaining coffee over top. Wait for grounds to settle to bottom of cup before drinking.
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