The South Indian Filter Chicory Coffee is not only a drink, its happiness. Nick of Time offers Kaapi or traditional Madras Filter Coffee as enjoyed by generations of South Indians! Let’s have a Kaapi Break! Chicory coffee is a type of coffee made from the roasted root of the chicory plant and it is often mixed with regular coffee to create a unique flavor and aroma. It is said to have a nutty, earthy and slightly bitter taste, and is often used as a caffeine-free alternative to regular coffee. These beans are mixed with roasted chicory (15 to 45 percent) to create a fine blend for evolved taste and flavor. Suitable for all types of coffee maker, pour-over, stove-top, Indian drip filter, French press.
1. We are delighted to share Nick of Time’s freshly roasted Chicory Coffee which is a cultural icon in all the South Indian states of India. It is mostly used by people who want to reduce the caffeine intake.
2. “Indian filter coffee is a coffee drink made by mixing frothed and boiled milk with the infusion obtained by percolation brewing of finely ground coffee powder in a traditional Indian filter”.
3. It is a careful blend of 100% Arabica Dark Roast AA Grade Coffee beans. Our Chicory coffee is roasted in small batches on Germany precision equipment to maintain quality and consistency and then mixed with roasted chicory root powder.
4. Our Coffee is completely natural with zero preservatives. We offer 4 variations of Chicory Coffee with 45%, 35%, 30% and 15% of Chicory mixed in the Coffee Blend.
5. Weight & Storage: Packaged in a 500gm canister pack with lid to preserve the freshness of coffee. Once opened, seal your pack with a cover provided to keep coffee fresh. Store in cool and dry place.
HOW TO MAKE : Put 4tbsp of coffee powder evenly in the filter. Place the steel coffee place holder on the top of the powder. Add 120ml of hot water to it. Brew for 20-25mins for immediate use or overnight (for a stronger brew) for the entire coffee decoction to drip into the lower chamber. In each cup pour 25ml of decoction, 75ml of hot milk and sugar if desired. Adjust the ratio according to your taste and preference. Serve in a traditional South Indian Dabarah.