venerdì 13 maggio 2016

A VERY SIMPLE METHOD OF MAKING COFFEE

Avete una Biggin in casa e vorreste usarla?
Ecco le istruzioni d'epoca.
E la spiegazione dell'origine del nome.

A seguire qualche immagine d'effetto: una Biggin modello "BOSS" del 1879.
E il relativo brevetto.
Da brividi.

A VERY SIMPLE METHOD OF MAKING COFFEE.
1811. INGREDIENTS.-- Allow 1/2 oz., or 1 tablespoonful, of coffee to each person; to every oz. allow 1 pint of water.
Mode.-- Have a small iron ring made to fit the top of the coffee-pot inside, and to this ring sew a small muslin bag (the muslin for the purpose must not be too thin). Fit the bag into the pot, pour some boiling water in it, and, when the pot is well warmed, put the ground coffee into the bag; pour over as much boiling water as is required, close the lid, and, when all the water has filtered through, remove the bag, and send the coffee to table. Making it in this manner prevents the necessity of pouring the coffee from one vessel to another, which cools and spoils it. The water should be poured on the coffee gradually, so that the infusion may be stronger; and the bag must be well made, that none of the grounds may escape through the seams, and so make the coffee thick and muddy.
Sufficient.-- Allow 1 tablespoonful, or 1/2 oz., to each person.






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