As a South Indian, I am pre disposed to waking up early in the morning. I love to catch a glimpse of the rising sun. Mornings are always good.. There is an extra affinity for the kitchen in the mornings as it lets me make my morning coffee. Making the day’s first mug of coffee is always a great pleasure. The milk is piping hot, decoction fresh and thick, the kitchen clean and tidy.
Milk is delivered by the milkman at my doorstep. Fresh decoction drops down into the lower chamber of the coffee filter, making me smile within as I know my coffee will soon be ready. The coffee making activity in the morning has its own process that I diligently follow. The saucepot is drawn out of its designated area with a great sense of joy. Milk packet is cut open and just the right amount of milk needed is added into the pot. 2 teaspoons of sugar goes next. Once the milk boils, in goes the strong decoction (actually every time there is an extra dose of decoction). Once I see the steam I know my coffee is ready.
Out comes a large mug that looks more like a soup bowl. I pour my coffee into it and head to my balcony. I wouldn’t want to miss the sunrise. Beams of sunshine hit my face. It feels amazing. The next thing I love to do is to ensure the aroma of the filter coffee allows my senses to wake up and get ready for the day ahead.
Sip by sip I enjoy my coffee in the balcony. The attachment and love for my mug of strong filter coffee only increases as time passes
5 thoughts on “Morning Sagas”
wow…loved it….I pretty much follow the same routine…cant live without my morning shot of folter coffee!
Morning coffee just helps you kick start the day on a great note!!
Morning coffee is very helpful for a human being. And most of people like to have morning coffee.
You know I just happened to stumble upon your blog and when I read the about page, I knew I’d finally found a blog I can directly relate to. The filter coffee, the cricket, Kannada and most importantly, the lake I’ve lived the better part of my life by. And now, as I live in Calcutta, and have been doing so for the past two years, away from all of this, away from home, I feel so deprived, because I get none of that here! And every time I’m back in Bangalore, I virtually become a mad man going crazy about all of this!
Come back soon!! Else, you will miss a lot! The city is changing!!