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alexl102
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Posted Sun May 20, 2012, 7:37am
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Hi guys,

Someone bought my parents some real Turkish Coffee from Turkey, but they've no idea how to make it. Does anyone know what you're meant to do with it?

Thanks!

Alessio.
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Posted Sat Jun 29, 2013, 12:14pm
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Hi Yes,

Here is how you make Turkish Coffee in Short form:
  1. 1 heaping Tea Spoon of Turkish Coffee per small cup of Turkish Coffee Cup (6oz to 8oz water)  (Turkish Coffee Cups are small and should be small)
  2.  Mix the coffee and water into a Turkish Coffee Pot
  3.  I would suggest add half of teaspoon of sugar per every Turkish Coffee cup.
  4.  Put the Turkish Coffee Pot on a stove at med to high heat or hot ashes
  5. Wait until it boils and don't let it boil over.
  6. Then pour it into each cup.
    If you would like a nice graphic book of instructions with all tools, cups, pots, and coffee, please see this site www.turkishcoffeecafe.com

They used to have videos on the site www.turkishcoffeecafe.com

Enjoy Turkish Coffee!
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Posted Mon Nov 3, 2014, 1:36pm
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We wrote an in depth guide on how to make Turkish coffee, with pictures and much more. I hope it helps you out, let us know if you have any questions

turkishcoffeegear.com/how-to-make-turkish-coffee/
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