The classical 200-year-old coffee drink was a simple yet effective beverage for multiple reasons. It was a simple process that made the coffee special. The simplest brewing method was a source of excellent coffee that every coffee lover was craving.
The old-fashioned way of coffee is still famous in many parts of the world. Right from its origin place Africa to the Middle East, they use the same simple method for brewing coffee.
Want to try one? Let’s find out how to make old-fashioned coffee with a modern coffee maker. The process is going to be excited.
Before going straight into the process, I assume that you have the following gadgets in your kitchen.
Gadgets/ items you Need
First, you’ll need the espresso machine for a quick-to-make coffee mix. Plus, playing around with the espresso machine gives the chance to apply different brew methods. This machine provides a potent concoction, and thicker, and warmer coffee. It improves the texture and ensures an excellent aroma.
It would help if you had a cocktail mixer for old-fashioned coffee to get a better taste. This will make an old-fashioned coffee that tastes great.
Rye Whiskey, Syrup
You’re going to need Rye whiskey, and syrup. I prefer syrup for better sugar. Combine a cup of sugar with water (a cup or half), and heat it until the sugar dissolves.
Squeezed out a Lemon
Squeezed out a lemon, which you’ll need for the coffee. Or add some fresh lemon juice. Take also some lemon skin.
The items you’ll require to have while keeping old-fashioned coffee for yourself.
Let’s get started with the step-by-step guide for old-fashioned coffee.
- Fill the port filter from the ground coffee, and fix it in the espresso machine. Make sure the port filter is very well cleared off so that the water doesn’t leak. Get pull two shots around of two ounces of espresso. That is going to be awesome.
- After getting the coffee, shake it a little bit.
- Pour it over the ice or into the glass that contains the ice.
- Add-in the bourbon
- Add a tablespoon of lemon juice
- A tablespoon or half a syrup to get a better taste
- Now you get your all mixture set up – shake it for about 30 seconds. You can see how it is ready.
- For an excellent espresso, add a little ice to the cup or pour the mixture into the ice.
- Toss lemon peels on the top of the coffee to make it look appealing.
Now a little morning cocktail is ready. Whether you’re drinking in the morning or at night you can also do decaf.
Making old-fashioned coffee is the perfect way to start your day. It’s famous, and an excellent drink for coffee lovers. Follow the step-by-step process to make one for yourself at home.