- brass or copper coffee grinder
- arabica coffee beans
- spring clear water
- jezva, she's a Turk
- sugar, salt, spices
The frying pan at home can be safely replaced by a deep cast-iron griddle, which must be filled with quartz sand. But if you are going to drink coffee in an oriental style all the time, then it makes sense to think about buying a special brazier. Sand in this case plays a very important role - it allows the Turk to heat up evenly and slowly, which has a very positive effect on the taste and aroma of the drink. Coffee on the sand is more saturated and aromatic. Of course, in the absence of a roaster, you can cook on an ordinary gas stove, on a very small fire.
The automatic coffee grinder overheats the coffee, and it loses much in taste. But it is better to have it than to buy already ground coffee - after grinding it loses its flavoring and aromatic substances in literally minutes. Traditional cezves are made of copper - it has the highest thermal conductivity (it is of "available" metals, copper, thermal conductivity is inferior only to silver) and the water will heat up evenly. The main thing is that it should not be large, ideally for one serving, that is, not more than 100 ml.