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Greek Coffee. The real taste of unprocessed coffee.
Try this amazing flavor mixture of 14 Worldwide Varieties.
Low in Caffeine. Very good for the heart.
Greek Coffee a key to longevity !
Greek coffee is rich in polyphenols and antioxidants as it is and with its moderate content of caffeine, it is supposed to improve cardiovascular health and increase longevity according to a study published in the Vascular Medicine journal performed on the residents of the island of Ikaria in Greece, that are known as the people with one of the longest lifespans in the world.
“Researchers studying heart health say that a cup of Greek coffee each day may be the key to the longevity of people on the Greek island of Ikaria, who live to age 90 and older.” said Dr. Gerasimos Siasos of the University of Athens Medical School in a written statement.
It is a fact that people that suffer from side effects of coffee over – consumption are also prompted to drink Greek coffee.
Greek coffee is very rich in minerals and especially in Potassium ( approx 1% in 100 gr. ! ) , Phosphorous, Sodium, Magnesium, Calcium and other minerals in lower concentration.
Due to the high amount of Potassium, and the moderate caffeine level, Greek coffee is very good for the heart.
Greek Coffee, is not a processed coffee as most of the coffees today. No chemicals or special treatments are used for our unique flavor.
Our Greek kouzina coffee is made up of 14 different varieties of coffee beans coming from all over the world.
The coffee beans are simply roasted, the varieties are mixed at a specific ratio and then are grind in a very thin powder.
This is what it gives the amazing flavor of our Greek kouzina coffee.
How to prepare a cup of Greek Coffee
Measure out a full coffee cup of water (about 2 1/2 -3 ounces or 75-90 ml) and pour into the briki ( is the metal pot we use to make the coffee) .
If you are making more than one coffee, make sure your briki is big enough, you will need space to let the coffee bubble and foam.
Add 1 1/2 teaspoon of coffee and 1 teaspoon of sugar for every 1 coffee cup and stir this will make a medium sweet coffee.
Use more or less sugar accordingly.
80 g, 150 g