Turkish coffee is very present in the culture of Turkey and Istanbul, you'll find, as çay (Turkish tea) in every home, every cafe, every place living in Istanbul.
Turkish coffee is a part of gastronomy and Turkish culture. It is known in many countries in the world and represents a mark of identity of Turkey.
Turkish coffee appeared in Istanbul in the sixteenth century. Since then, the Turkish city has never forgotten Turkish coffee. It is found everywhere in Istanbul and it is now part of the customs of Istanbul's population. Turkish coffee is the cup used to drink this unique coffee in the world. Turkish coffee is also the utensils used to prepare the coffee decoction. Turkish coffee is also a time of sharing and exchange in the many cafes of Istanbul.
Turkish coffee with Turkish tea (çay) are the most common beverages in Turkey.
The flavor and consistency of Turkish coffee are obtained using utensils for preparation.
The "kahve Degirmeni" copper, allows to obtain a finely ground coffee. The "cezve" is a pot of copper or brass, with a long handle. This pot can boil coffee for famous Turkish coffee.