In latin america: Yes.Is that really something that's commonly done?
Maybe it got hit by something earlier. In my family we don't leave mugs in the water because the handles were getting broken off by people putting other stuff on top.Small Update on my die original Pyra Mugg where the handle broke : according to my mom, at the day of the accident, the handle broke whiteout applying force from outside, the mugg was lying in the water and the handle broke off..
I use a french press (or a Greek coffee pot, when called for). Definitely not that instant garbage, but possibly not as delicious as your moka-brewed coffee.I make my coffee in a moka pot, so it only takes the water in the bottom cavity and you heat it on the hob. I assume if you're boiling a kettle for coffee that means you're drinking that freeze dried instant muck.