Turkish Coffee World
That Thick, Rich Taste of Brews
European countries developed their coffee brewing methods after deriving coffee drinking habit from the Turks; however, the method of brewing Turkish coffee has remained almost unchanged.
Derived from the Arabica bean and composed of a very fine grind, Turkish coffee has become famous all around the world for both its strong taste and its special methods of preparation and service.
Served with or without sugar, together with Turkish Delight. c_pichler/flickr
History of Turkish Coffee
Coffee was first brought to Istanbul in 1555 by two Syrian traders, and by the mid-17th century, it became an essential part of the Ottoman Court’s elaborate ceremonies.
The sultan was served ceremoniously served coffee by his coffee makers, and this coffee ritual also played a role in marriage customs to an extent that women in the harem received thorough training regarding how the perfect brew was…
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