Ground coffee is what brewed coffee is made of. It's made up of ground coffee beans, much like flour is made of wheat and maize is made of corn. You use ground coffee like you would use a tea bag: add hot water to it, let it steep for a few minutes, then strain and drink.
Though similar to coffee in neighboring countries sometimes referred as Turkish coffee, Lebanese coffee is slightly different in terms of beans, roasts, and grinds. Whereas other countries such as Syria use orange flower water or musk to ornate coffee cups with enriching flavors, some Lebanese add Cardamom to enjoy a special spicy taste. 100% Pure Arabica Coffee Beans