First of all, Turkish Coffee is prepared using very finely ground coffee beans unfiltered.

In fact, Coffee has been one of my favorite drinks in my entire life, therefore being in Istanbul, I did not hesitate to drink it, next to a sweet jelly (typical Turkish candy) and soda water as a good threesome.

The Art of Making Turkish Coffee

Video by Samurai Gourmet Youtube

Surely, Turkish Coffee, it is going to be a nice experience by who loves coffee. Indeed, from the moment when they start making it until you finish drink it. As a result, a deep, dark and aromatic hot drink.

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How important is to know to drink Turkish coffee

Firstly, do not drink the coffee until the end, because is not filtered. Therefore, if you do not want to swallow the coffee sand. Certainly you must stop drinking the last sip. That is to say until you touch the coffee sand with your lips, you must stop. After that, surely you will enjoy your coffee.

By the way, do not forget the jelly and soda, due to those are part of the coffee team.

TURKISH COFFEE THE ART OF MAKING IT
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Restaurant Emirgan Sutis in Beşiktaş

TURKISH COFFEE THE ART OF MAKING IT

It is the place, where I drunk my coffee and also I ate a delicious turkish breakfast. Besides, there are more restaurant branches around Istanbul. In short, you can choose which is closer to you. Anyway, it is going to be a a good experience for those who love coffee.

Another article that you might like Turkish Breakfast at Emirgan Sutis in Istanbul, besides Coffee on ice “caffe in Ghiaccio” del Salento in Italy

Location Istanbul, Turkey

Key Information

Restaurant Emirgan Sutis

Qualification: Grateful/Very Good

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Price: $ 2- AUD

Contact: +90 212 227 28 27

Website: https://en.sutis.com.tr/

Instagram: emirgansutis

Address: Vişnezade, Şair Nedim Cd. No:9/11 D:No:9/11, 34340 Beşiktaş/İstanbul, Turquía

Written by Samurai Gourmet

A samurai eating freely without being held back or afraid of criticizing restaurants which do not meet the requirements of his taste, and being grateful for those which gives the most beautiful culinary experience. Recommending to the people where and what they must eat in places unknown.

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