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Meraklis Greek Coffee 194g
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Meraklis Greek Coffee 194g

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Meraklis Traditional Greek Coffee. Superior blend from 4 origins. Coffee beans are roasted and ground to release a rich aroma and special taste. Greek coffee…as in the good old times!

Greek coffee…in a few words

Greek coffee, usually based on Brazilian varieties, is a result of special blends, and unique roasting and grinding techniques making it a fine powder coffee. Although having Arab origins, Greek coffee is lighter in colour and has no spices or additives compared to traditional coffee in Turkey or Arab countries. Greeks, known for their healthy way of living, started consuming Greek coffee in the 15th century. It has been proven that Greek coffee is good for the heart as it contains high levels of antioxidants and polyphenols, can reduce the risks of heart disease and boosts overall immune health.

Meraklis Greek Coffee

Since the mid 70s, “Meraklis” Greek coffee has been the common secret among those who really know what a great Greek coffee tastes like. Excellent foam called “kaimaki” and pure enjoyment sip after sip. Its balanced flavour and rich aroma are the result of an old secret recipe for the blend mix and the roasting process.  The fine powder coffee from ground beans is sealed in special packages that keep the coffee fresh until the last cup. The Meraklis name comes from the special Greek word “meraki” after all, which means passion and knowledge for enjoyment.

Preparation instructions

The preparation of Greek coffee is a daily ritual and a form of art.

  •  Pour about 70ml of water into a Greek coffee pot (briki), add a teaspoon of coffee (5gr) and as much sugar as you wish.
  • Heat slowly and stir until the coffee dissolves. Foam will start to rise in the pot before it boils. When boiling commences, bring down the pot from the heat.
  • Serve in a small coffee cup.

Greek coffee is enjoyed even more when served with traditional Greek sweets like loukoumi, kourabie, melomakarono, spoon sweets, biscuits, and of course good company.

Keep in a cool and dry place.

Further information on allergens can be provided if required after contacting us.