Did you know that you can brew coffee in a percolator?
If this is a new concept for you, then below are instructions on how to make coffee using an ordinary percolator.
You probably have a percolator at home, so the next question that must be on your mind is, what coffee should you use?
According to those who commonly do this, the best coffee for a percolator are fresh-roasted whole beans turned into a very coarse grind just before brewing.
Sumatra and Columbia are the preferred type of coffee, but many say any coffee can turn out good. Just experiment with the ratio or proportion and the brewing time until you get a satisfactory taste.
How To Make Coffee Using a Percolator
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