Italian Coffee

I like to do this coffee a lot at home. Italian Coffee (Lavazza) in Italian way (Moka Pot). This isn’t a commercial for the coffee or the pot. It’s a commercial for me editing videos 🙂

I usually work with Final Cut movie editor. During this period, I’m trying to test Davinci Resolve. Please refer to my earlier post “More in Video Editing“. Final Cut Pro, Davinci Resolve, and Adobe Premier are the big three names in video editing world.

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13 thoughts on “Italian Coffee

  1. magickmermaid

    I completely forgot I have a coffee pot like that. 🙂 Just checked out some of your videos that I haven’t seen. The beach in Oman looks really nice. The temple is exquisite. I hope that little yellow bird found its way home.
    Happy New Year to you and your family!

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    1. Mohamad Al Karbi

      Thank you, Morgaine. Yes, Oman was amazing. Hope this corona thing goes away soon so we can travel again…. honestly, i don’t know what happened to that bird. We left for the garden security to take care of it… Same wishes to you and your family

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  2. Carolyn Page

    My parents used to make their coffee exactly like this during the 60s and 70s. It smelt so good. The aroma wafted throughout the house. I guess you also like the smell?

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  3. updownflight

    It is 7:30 am where I am now. I wish I could miraculously have my coffee brewed that quickly ☕ 😁

    I used to have the same type of coffee pot. I forget what happened to it.

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  4. updownflight

    Turkish coffee is good. My Czech husband introduced me to it. I recently even made it while on vacation in Paris, because of the lack of other available methods. I don’t think many Americans know about it.

    I hope you and your family and friends stay well during this pandemic.

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    1. Mohamad Al Karbi

      We’re fine. Hope all be… Hmm a Czech man with an American lady drink Turkish coffee in France – nothing more international than this (globalization).
      By the way, i don’t know why they call Turkish coffee; it’s indeed a Syrian coffee (I mean the method of preparing it)!

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