medium ground coffee into the cloth filter and tilt
the filter until the coffee settles then using a spoon,
indent the outline of a circle in the center of the
Pour hot water from
a kettle with a long and narrow spout gently and directly
into the centre.
Let the ground coffee
sit and immerse in the hot water distributed evenly.
Starting from the
centre, pour more hot water using clockwise circles
to the coffee near the borders but do not pour hot
water into the fringe between the ground coffee and
the cloth filter.
Giving more satisfaction,
cloth filter add more to your coffee experience compared
to paper filters when brewing coffee.
Pouring hot water
for the third time, you will notice a large amount
of tiny bubbles surfacing on the coffee. Larger bubbles
indicate that the temperature is too high while fewer
bubbles indicate that the temperature is too low or
the coffee is not fresh enough.
For one cup 150ml (around 5 oz), using
medium ground coffee 10 - 12g (about 0.3 - 0.4oz) with
90 degree Celsius (around 194 Fahrenheit) hot water.
If you desire a stronger tasting coffee,
repeat the number of times you puor the hot water. Make
sure to control the water volume that you pour each
time. Try it out and see if you can slowly master this
technique and brew superior tasting coffee.