You pour boiling water over ground coffee on a cloth or paper filter.
Melior (French Press) system
The ground coffee is placed into a coffee pod with boiling water inside. A plunger with a metal disk filter is depressed to the bottom separating the coffee grounds from the drink.
The system is used for making coffee in a bar. The water at a temperature of around 90°C is pushed with 9 bar through the coffee powder contained in the filter. This process transfers all aromatic and spicy substances of the blend into that "tiny cup".
Boiling water is poured over a combination of very fine-ground coffee powder and fine sugar. You can drink the coffee immediately (Caution: Hot!) or when the non-soluble coffee powder has settled towards the bottom.