April 20, 2014

Turkish Coffee News

Roads and Kingdoms (blog)
There is, as one would expect, no Turkish coffee in Armenia. Soorj, that is, coffee prepared in a long-handled Jezve coffee pot, is referred to either as Haykakan (Armenian) or, to be more euphemistic, Aravelyan (Eastern). Arab coffee is easy to …
Business Insider Australia
Sharing a cup of Turkish coffee is a way of life across the Balkans, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East. For centuries, this caffeine-concentrated beverage has been the fuel for lively political debate in conference rooms and cafes. A recent …
Helena Independent Record
He introduced his host parents to Turkish coffee, food and music. “He was just so easy to talk to,” Walker said. Once while at the mall, Dede met another man who spoke Turkish. The duo had a spontaneous conversation full of chitchat and about their …
The National
The thing you have to remember about revolutions,” Georgia’s ambassador to Britain once told me, “is that they’re like Turkish coffee.” Any time the social order is upturned, he elaborated, society is shaken up and it takes time for elements that would …