Coffee is what gets me up in the morning and keeps me going during the day. I love black and bitter, filtered coffee. Starbucks is never too far from wherever I am. I’m not scared to try new types of coffee either. One particular custom I’ve grown to love is the brewing and drinking of Turkish coffee. Turkish coffee is the most primitive form of ingesting coffee known to man. Making Turkish coffee is fun and easy.
What you need
1. A Raqwa coffee maker: You don’t have to travel to the Middle East to get an authentic Raqwa coffee maker, you can order one here at Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/1q4YaMP
2. 2 tsp. Turkish coffee with cardamom: If you have an Arabic store in your town, you may be able to buy some freshly ground Turkish coffee with cardamom. You can also shop for authentic Israeli Turkish coffee here: http://amzn.to/1l2737Y
3. 1 cup of water
4. 1½ tsp. of sugar (optional)
If you’ve ever enjoyed the flavors of Turkish coffee, leave a comment and let me know what you thought of the flavor.
Very interesting post. Thanks!
I love the idea of using a press to strain the coffee, i will want to take care of before work in the morning. It looks so delicious and I will be making your recipe. Thanks for sharing.