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About Turkish Coffee
- Turkish coffee is distinguished by its roasting, preparation, and presentation methods, as well as its diversity in flavors. Some Turkish cities are known for their heavily roasted coffee, while others prepare manually ground coffee using a mortar, known as “deykin,” or what is called “dibek coffee.” Some prefer coffee brewed with spices like cardamom, while others cherish traditional Ottoman coffee.
- Turkish coffee beans must always have a distinctive color, and its aroma and sharp taste indicate its concentrated caffeine content. The preparation of Turkish coffee requires the use of a Turkish pot called “cezve” or “rakweh.” Traditional brass cezves have been used in Turkey for centuries and are still popular. Additionally, there is a noticeable trend of using electric cezves, which are among the easiest and fastest ways to prepare Turkish coffee.
- Restaurants and cafes in Turkey, especially in Istanbul, are famous for serving Turkish coffee with a creamy foam on top, presented in historical cups adorned with silver, brass, or golden patterns. Alternatively, they are served in traditional Topkapi Palace cups featuring blue and white decorations. Alongside each cup of coffee, a piece of Turkish delight signifies Turkish hospitality and generosity.
How to Make Turkish Coffee
- One tablespoon of Turkish coffee for each cup.
- Add Turkish coffee powder to the cezve and add cold water equal to the cup’s volume. Stir well.
- Add sugar according to taste while stirring the coffee before heating it.
- Use an electric cezve or gently heat the brass cezve.
- Stir the coffee continuously until the foam forms and rises to the top of the cezve, then turn off the heat or the machine.
- Carefully scoop some of the foam using a tablespoon from the cezve and place it in the cup, approximately one tablespoon per cup.
- Pour the coffee from the side of the cup gently without lifting the cezve too much.
- Don’t forget to serve chocolate or Turkish delight alongside the coffee and enjoy.
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