Turkish Coffee Pot | Ibrik | Briki | Jazva | Dzezva | Rakwa | Zezwa | Turka | Ghallāye
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Whether it’s called Turkish Coffee Pot, Ibrik, Briki, Jazva, Dzezva, Rakwa, Turka, Ghallāye, Cezve, or Ibriq, it is designed to make a perfect cup of Turkish Coffee and has been a unique piece from Coffee History.According to historians, Turkish Coffee Pot has been used since the late 15th century. Ottoman Chroniclers believe, usage of Turkish Coffee Pot (also known as Cezve in Turkish) in households has started around the years 1554-1555 after the opening of coffee houses in Istanbul, Turkey.
Turkish coffee set
With a Turkish coffee Saucepan
If you are making traditional style coffee, you will need at least 3 Turkish coffee cups in the saucepan. Add the water/milk, sugar, cardamom (if using), and the desired amount of coffee to the saucepan. For the traditional style, you will need at 1 heaped tbsp of coffee per Turkish cup
What is a Dzezva?
Do you put milk in Turkish coffee?
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