New Delhi, Nov. 25 -- Whether as a refreshing hot beverage in the morning or as post-lunch energiser, coffee holds a special place in our heart. And when speaking of coffee in India, the mention of filter coffee is never missed. Made with just the ideal mix of coffee, water, milk, and sugar, filter coffee is a must-have, especially after a delicious restaurant-style South Indian meal of idli, dosa, vadas, and more. The traditional South Indian method of making filter coffee is by brewing coffee powder and water in a traditional South Indian coffee filter, which is custom-made with right measurements for a perfect cup. But what makes filter coffee stand out is the deep tones of rich coffee, flavoured with foamy milk and sugar. The aroma is...