Coffee Lesson #24

Turkish coffee:

  • a particular way to brew, serve, prepare coffee originating in the former Ottoman Empire (modern day Turkey/Türkiye)
    • coffee is prepared in a cezve using very finely ground coffee beans without filtering
      • cezve (“briki” in Greek): a small pot with a long handle, traditionally made of copper or brass
  • coffee brewed with very finely ground coffee beans
    • when served, do not drink the entirety of the serving–in this preparation coffee grounds are not removed from the coffee when served
      • the grounds left in the cup after drinking are sometimes used to tell fortunes
  • coffee preparation style that can be found throughout the world, though it has particular prominence in Turkey/Türkiye, Greece, Armenia, Eastern Europe, and the Balkans

Turkish coffee – Etiler, Beşiktaş, Istanbul, Turkey

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