Prepare the coffee pot by filling your espresso cup (2 oz) with cold tap water. If you want to make original Armenian coffee, don't use any hot water or other liquid.
Then add one heaping teaspoon of coffee that has been finely ground to the pot. Add a small amount of sugar to your coffee if you like it sweet. Stir everything together before serving.
Place your coffee pot on the stovetop and turn the heat to low. Make sure to keep an eye on the pot to prevent it from boiling over. It won't taste good if it boils over.
As you wait for your coffee to brew, place a cardamom pod in the empty mug to add a touch of spice. Your coffee will start forming bubbles on the edges and rising to the top. Be careful not to let it boil over.
Watch the pot closely as soon as you remove it from the heat, stir it, and then return it to the stovetop. Before completely removing it from the heat, repeat this step one or two more times.
Remove the coffee pot from the heat and add it to the espresso cup in a gentle stream. Don't pour it too fast or you'll ruin the crema. Take a sip of your Armenian coffee and enjoy it.
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