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Turkish coffee in Dubai

Turkish coffee in Dubai

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Turkish coffee is one of the most intense and delicious coffees in the world. You can also order Turkish coffee at Turkish restaurants in Dubai.

You can also order Turkish coffee to your home and workplace from websites such as Amazon and Noon.

The best Turkish restaurants in Dubai are on this page!

If you want to cook Turkish coffee at home, try this method:

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Ingredients for Black Turkish Coffee

  • 1 teaspoon of coffee
  • 1 cup of water

Here is how to make delicious and easy Turkish Coffee:

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  • Make the preliminary preparation of cooking your Turkish coffee by following the order of coffee first, then sugar and water if desired.
  • Add 2 teaspoons of Turkish Coffee for each cup and as much sugar as you wish.
  • Then add 1 Turkish coffee cup of cold drinking water for each cup.
  • Stir the coffee (and sugar if you have added it) with the water so that it is well soaked and dissolved.
  • Place the coffee pot on a low heat and watch it approach a boil until foam forms on the top.
  • Before it starts to boil, remove it from the low heat and divide the coffee foam that rises on the top layer evenly among the cups.
  • Boil the remaining coffee in the coffee pot for one more boil and then pour it into the cups.


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  • To preserve the freshness of the coffee with its taste and smell for longer, you can store it in the same can that you buy in cans.
  • If you buy coffee in 100 g packs, we recommend that you pour it into a jar or close it tightly after opening the package and store it in a cool and dry place.
  • To get the best coffee, always make the coffee water with cold water. You can even use water from the refrigerator.
  • Always use sugar cubes.
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About Turkish Coffee

Turkish Coffee is the name of the method of preparing and cooking coffee invented by the Turks. It has a special taste, foam, smell, cooking, serving… in short, it has its own unique identity and tradition.

Originally obtained by boiling the coffee fruit in the Arabian Peninsula, this brand new method of preparation and cooking has given the drink its true coffee flavor and unique aroma. Europe, which was introduced to coffee thanks to the Turks, prepared and consumed coffee in this way for many years as Turkish coffee.

Blended from high quality coffee beans of South and Central America origin, arabica type and roasted meticulously, Turkish Coffee is finely ground. It is cooked with the help of a coffee pot by adding water and optional sugar. It is served in small cups. Before drinking, the grounds are allowed to settle to the bottom for a short time.

Compared to other methods, in the Turkish method, it is particularly preferable to boil the coffee. The resulting boil is a very gentle boil and is mostly the interaction of the heated water and the very finely ground coffee, rather than a significant increase in heat.

Coffee lovers prefer a steaming cup of Turkish Coffee, drunk in small sips, for its dense body, delicate flavor and lingering aroma.


In 1543, Özdemir Pasha, the Governor of Yemen, brought coffee to Istanbul, admiring its flavor.

Thanks to a brand new preparation method invented by the Turks, coffee was cooked in pots and cezves and became known as Turkish Coffee.

Thanks to the coffeehouses, which were first opened in Tahtakale in 1554 and spread rapidly throughout the city, people were introduced to coffee. Coffeehouses and coffee culture, where books and beautiful writings were read, chess and backgammon were played, poetry and literature were discussed at all hours of the day, left their mark on the social life of the period.

Taking its place in palace kitchens and homes, coffee began to be consumed in large quantities. Raw coffee beans were roasted in pans, then pounded in dibeks and cooked in coffee pots before being served to the most prestigious friends with great care.

In a short period of time, the taste and fame of Turkish coffee spread first to Europe and then to the whole world, thanks to the merchants, travelers and Ottoman ambassadors who visited Istanbul.