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History of Turkish Coffee
The history of Turkish coffee goes back to the 13th century. However, the method of the cookery of Turkish coffee had improved by determining the roasting and cooking methods. It was cooked in coffeepot for the first time in Istanbul. It was placed in the ottoman palace cuisine and houses and liked by most of the Turks and served in special Turkish coffee cups.
Turkish Coffee Varieties
There are many kinds of Turkish coffee according to taste, production style and production place. Here are some of the Turkish coffee varieties: Turkish Coffee, Turkish Coffee with Mastic, Milky Ottoman Dibek Coffee, Medium Roasted Turkish Coffee, Dark Roasted Turkish Coffee, Dibek Coffee.
How is Turkish coffee made?
Turkish coffee fruit is harvested very carefully to preserve its quality and flavor. Then, we dry the picked Turkish coffee fruit under the sunlight. After that we do grind coffee beans to make it ready to be stewed in water slowly in water. The roasted Turkish coffee has so many good features it gives a great sensation to your palate.
What are the nutritional benefits of Turkish coffee?
The features of Turkish coffee are distinguished by the burn smell and the fragrant flavor or it mixed with froth. When you sip the best Turkish coffee it gives you a sensation of refreshment and pleasure. The caffeine amount in Turkish coffee gives you a great vitality to support your mental functions. The nutritional value of Turkish coffee expedites the metabolism in your body. It has great benefits for human body’s health.
How is Turkish coffee served?
Turkish coffee which is one of the traditional Turkish flavors has a universal fame. Turkish coffee has its own identity and tradition by its froth, smell, cookery, and service. Turkish coffee is the only Turkish coffee cooked by steeping method and sipped with its dregs. One cup of Turkish coffee covered with the froth can be served with one piece of chocolate or one kind of Turkish delight. Turkish coffee mostly is served in special days like family and friends gathering days or even the break times during the day.