Saturday, March 26, 2011

Turkish Coffee 土耳其咖啡 ...



KL Naab Iran Restaurant
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Turkish Coffee 土耳其咖啡 ...


Turkish Coffee 土耳其咖啡 ...


Turkish coffee is an intriguing and special method of making coffee 
that goes back to the 16th century (according to Wikipedia), 
predating almost every other currently-used method of brewing a cup of Java.

It should be sipped slowly and gently, taking care to inhale the
fragrance and the flavor. 
Make sure you don’t drink the grounds at the bottom.

It is one of the strongest coffee I have ever tasted ...


16 comments:

Dani said...

WOW. I can't believe. Turkish coffee. I love the photos and that cup.
We have this in Macedonia everyday. But we make it less strong.

http://hearthome25.blogspot.com/2010/10/coffee-trip.html

Check out this coffee trip.

You know what, Im having one right now.:)

Have a nice weekend.

George said...

This looks much stronger than any coffee I've drunk.

Tommy Andre Nekkoy said...

This is my favourite coffee - nice shots that brings back good memories

well done

Arnaud said...

I've heard the coffee powder stays in the cup. This one looks thick and strong.

Håvard Flaatten said...

Realy black coffee. Great. Feel the taste :)
Håvard

Joop Zand said...

Good sharp pictures,

i like more the strong italian espresso's.....hmmm.

Greetings, Joop

geanina said...

good! seems very hard :)

Fran.Urbano "alias Franti" said...

That it provides a good cup of strong coffee recently lifted, greetings.

Laura.M said...

Uuummm... Delicioso para empezar un buen día!. Como a mí me gusta solo y sin azucar.
Buen fin de semana Wong.
Saludos.Laura

Traveling Hawk said...

Here, in Romania, we also favoured Turkish coffee :) But I would like to taste the coffee the way you brew it.

bilsot said...

My favorite too !!!
I have one BIG cup at 10:00 every day ,
and smoke my cigarette,
the one and only during the day,
by my pc !!!
That's life !
In Greece we call it "Greece coffee" or "Greco" .
We don't filter the coffee,
we boil it in water with as much sugar anyone wants .

Birdman said...

Yes, it looks strong, but I'd take a chance. Always enjoy a cup of joe in the AM. btw The cup is quite interesting in design.

p3chandan said...

Ive tasted it when I went to Turkey, but not to my liking as you its too kow. I prefer their fruit flavoured tea especially their famous apple-tea which I brought back a few boxes home!

Carolina Tavares said...

I never had Turkish coffee and it's nice to know you do not enjoy strong as strong, but I love coffee, its aroma and flavor and just see the picture I felt like it.

Costea said...

One big coffee, no sugar please!

MIMOSA said...

But it's delicius! I like it.