1 tsp Turkish Coffee
1/2 tsp sugar
1 Turkish Coffee cup of water, size pictured above
1 Turkish coffepot, called "cezve", as pictured above
Put the sugar into the coffepot first, then add the coffee. Fill the Turkish Coffee cup with water at room temperature, although leave a bit of room at the top. Pour into the coffepot.
Turn the heat to low. Place the coffeepot on the stove and slowly stir with a small spoon to ensure the coffee mixes in with the water. Then stop and wait until bubbles form at the top. When the bubbles rise, take the coffeepot off the stove and pour into the cup & serve.
The grinds will sink to the bottom of your cup, don't drink this part. The grinds are darker and thicker.
It can be difficult to find authentic Turkish coffee near where you live, but you can always order some from Amazon - this is the brand I use at home. Amazon also sells cezve and Turkish coffee cups.