13 Types of Turkish Coffee

1- Let’s start with most known: Milky Turkish Coffee

One of the most delicious way to make softer Turkish coffee’s specific hard taste is making with milk. The only thing that to cook milky Turkish coffee with the same method of classic Turkish coffee is adding milk to coffee pot.

2- Hugger-Mugger: Terebinth or terebinth?

Terebinth is known as wild pistachio tree and its fruit are used.It can be cooked like classic Turkish coffee.It captures the hearts and causes addiction. If it is cooked with milk instead of water, drives to a quite different taste.

3- Quite similar but quite different: Dibek Coffee

Dibek coffee gets shut of with crushing way from classic Turkish coffee. It is crushed in big muddle, called as Dibek. Of course today it is quite difficult to find original dibek coffee but there are still some places to find it. It has more intensive consistency than classic Turkish coffee and it attracts coffee fans with its soft drink.

 

4- Is Turkish Coffee soft for you? Let you try it: Mırra

Mırra is presented with smaller and cup without handle.  It is got out of after brewing 2-3 times. After long and tedious brewing process, the beauty of the coffee can be understood with the pekmezial marks around the cup. Due to its bitter taste and tedious brewing process, it is consumed in special days.

5- Station or normal? Adana station coffee

A question that will ruin your all determination when you go to a café to drink coffee as decisively. How do you wish your coffee? While we think over this question, Adanalians has one more question to respond: Station or normal? If you drunk Adana station coffee before,to respond this question is not tough. Because of being harder than classic Turkish coffee to drink, it is known as Turkish espresso and it makes addiction.

 

6. Aşure of the coffees: Kervansaray coffee

This coffee comes from Adıyaman and it contains whatever can be. Its formula is not a secret: Coffee, chocolate, gum mastic, carob, cream, terebinth and sahlep. Its consistency is more intensive than Turkish coffee but to drink is quite soft. Due to its sweet content, you don’t have to add any sugar.

7- Say “stop” to drink only after meals:Tatar coffee

The coffee generally we drink after meals is drunk before meals according to Tatar traditions. The coffee is drunk in cups are called as Tostakay, bigger than cup smaller than glass. It is cooked as adding 2 dessert spoon cream to Turkish coffee. Tatar coffee has softer drink than classic Turkish coffee and you can drink it either adding extra sugar or locked up way.

8- It is drunk with cups and cups: Turkish coffee with aroma

Turkish coffee with aroma is prepared as adding some materials aromas to classic Turkish coffee. However we could see only mastic gum and chococalte aromated Turkish coffee before, types of it are getting increased by the days. From ginger to love in a mist, from vanilla to cinnamon it has different aromas and its taste can’t be described with words.

9- Double roasted:Hatay Coffee

Hatay coffee is cooked with double roasted coffee seed and its smell and drink is harder than normal coffees. If it is serviced with double roasted delight, you can’t believe how delicous it is.

10 Let it lives with its name: Coquettish Coffee

Cilveli coffee gets an extraordinary shape after cooking as classic Turkish coffee and put into a cup.A powder derived from double roasted almond and sometimes 2 different spices. It is spesific to Manisa and taken under protection by taking its licence. Eating almonds on the coffee is quite funny.

11- Let me take my coffee in a thin glass. Tarsusi Coffee

Aegeans call as Süvari(Mounted), Mediterranians as Tarsusi. It is cooked similar with classic Turkish coffee. It is generally preffered as merely but it revealsits difference as presenting in a thin cup.

12- Barbecu in everywhere: Ash coffee

However ash coffee was used to cooked in copper coffee pot, nowadays it is not preffered due to hard to make. But the technology is decisive to protect our some traditions.You can cook easily similar coffein some machines are called as ash coffee machine or coffee in sand.

13- It is good for coffee-addictors: Turkish coffee without cafein

If you find Turkish coffee cups so small but you cant confine yourself with 1 coffee, you will like Turkish coffee without cafein. Coffee seeds cafein are taken but it doesn’t have any difference with classic Turkish Coffee and drinkers can realize it in their body.

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