We love the Turkish coffee brewing method at CoffeeGeek (and sidenote: we're still waiting for top shelf quality cafes to discover and really try to make the most out of this brewing method, in the Pacific Northwest).
We found this fantastic, hand hammered copper Ibrik at an equally fantastic price - $18 for the 10oz version. It's got a copper exterior (copper's great for heating because of its fantastic heat retention and spreading properties) and tin inside (to keep your coffee taste neutral).
Want to know more about brewing coffee the Turkish way? We published a How To on it a few years ago, and if you follow the link below, Seattle Coffee Gear has their own how to video.
Column Description Whether it's up to the minute, happening this day, this week, or in the recent past, this column's goal is to present coffee and attempts to make the experience truly culinary. You'll find short reviews about past events, interesting coffees coming on the market, new and different ways to enjoy espresso and other brewing methods, and give an insight into efforts around the globe to make coffee a truly culinary thing. Column written by Mark Prince.