For each cup of coffee desired (meaning the small drinking cup, not measuring cup) put 1½ cups of water in the pot (BRIKI).
Bring to the boil over medium heat.
Take off the heat (to avoid boiling over), and add 1 level teaspoon of sugar for each cup to be drunk (this makes a semi-sweet brew; vary according to taste).
Return to the heat and again bring to the boil.
Remove and add 1 very heaping teaspoon of fine-ground coffee for each cup (again, vary according to how strong a drink is desired).
Bring to the boil, then remove from the heat.
Repeat this two or three times.
Add a couple of drops of rosewater or orange blossom water if desired.
If not, add a couple of drops of cold water (this helps to settle the grounds).
Let sit for a moment to allow the grounds to settle, then pour into cups.
Drink as hot as you can stand, in little sips.
Do not drink the bottom of the cup, where the grounds settle.
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