Bosnian coffee is strong, chocolatey, and sweet. Something like a shot of espresso, it’s served with sugar on the side but no milk or cream. All you need is a tiny copper pot (ǆezva), finely ground coffee, and water!
Pour the water into your pot and place it over medium heat. Bring it to a boil. Keep a close eye on it, as this will happen quickly!
Add the coffee grounds and return the water to a boil.
When the mixture starts to foam, raise it off the burner until the foam subsides. Then place the pot back on the burner. Repeat this process at least twice.
Take the pot off the burner and let it sit for 30 seconds. This allows the grounds to settle.
Place a sugar cube or two in the bottom of your mug. Then pour a little bit of coffee on top, waiting for the sugar to dissolve. Pour the rest of the coffee in, avoiding the grounds at the bottom of the pot, and enjoy!