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, the 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.
What is a Turkish Copper Coffee Pot?
As seen in the pictures below, the Turkish Coffee Pot is a specifically designed coffee pot to make Turkish Coffee. It is built with a handle (wooden, plastic, or metal) to prevent the hand of the coffee maker from burning.
These ibriks also has a uniquely designed brim section which makes the pouring of coffee in a Turkish Coffee Pot easy without spilling it on the Turkish Coffee Saucer.