Nothing beats a freshly brewed cup of coffee to start the day. It can also be enjoyed at any time of day, and each cup of coffee is just as refreshing.

Brewing coffee powder and water in a traditional South Indian Brass coffee filter called dabara, which is custom-made with all the right measurements for that perfect cuppa, is the traditional South Indian method of making filter coffee.

Coffee can help with everything, from morning drowsiness to rainy-day blues to hangovers. According to research, consuming coffee in small amounts can boost energy and concentration, but consuming too much can cause anxiety and even insomnia.


  • Coffee Filter 
  • Water - 100 ml or as required
  • Coffee - 3 teaspoons
  • Sugar - as required
  • Milk - as required

Preparation Method:

  1. Boil the water.
  2. Take a traditional coffee filter that consists of 2 cylindrical vessels (bottom one for collecting brewed coffee decoction and the top one with holes for adding ground coffee powder)
  3. Add coffee powder into the top one and press tightly with the help of the pressing disk.
  4. Now, pour water slowly into the top vessel. Cover it with the cap and rest for 1 to 2 minutes without disturbing.
  5. In a few minutes decoction is collected at the bottom of the vessel.
  6. Now, take a glass and add sugar to taste.
  7. Then, pour ¼ of the decoction. Adjust the quantity of decoction based on how strong coffee you prefer.
  8. Pour hot boiled milk and mix them together.
  9. Favored and aromatic Traditional  South Indian Filter Coffee is ready.