Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Turkish Coffee Singapore

If you are asking where to buy turkish coffee we have some advice for you in this post. Turkish Coffee is quite famous with its preparation method but can also be used as a competitively priced alternative for Starbucks Coffee packages. In Singapore, you can buy Turkish Coffee online.

The most famous international brand of Turkish coffee is Kurukahveci Mehmet EfendiMehmet Efendi Turkish Coffee is made from high quality arabica coffee beans that are blended and carefully roasted, then very finely ground. The coffee is mixed with water and the desired amount of sugar and cooked in a "cezve", or Turkish coffeepot. The coffee is served in small cups. The coffee must be left to stand for a short time after serving to allow the grounds to settle at the bottom of the cup.

You can buy Mehmet Efendi Turkish Coffee from Caroussel:  250 gr package.

Turkish Coffee Singapore - Mehmet Efendi Turkish Coffee
Turkish Coffee Singapore - Mehmet Efendi Turkish Coffee
You can also buy Turkish Coffee Machine. Arcelik Double Cup Turkish Coffee Machine which combines the superior technology with traditional Turkish taste, delivering the traditional Turkish coffee experience practically and quickly. This high-end technology product, which “tells” the user when the coffee is ready and thus eliminates the trouble of waiting, stirring, and adjusting to achieve the best possible taste. It offers the choice of making black coffee, coffee with little, medium or plenty of sugar according to individual taste. It can make 2 cups of coffee in only 2.5 - 3 minutes. Its compact design makes it ideal for use in small places and is also remarkably easy to clean.

Arcelik Single Cup Turkish Coffee Machine - Turkish Coffee Singapore
Arcelik Single Cup Turkish Coffee Machine
Also note that Greek coffee and Turkish coffee are very similar so if you are looking for Greek coffee, you can buy Turkish coffee. The method itself (boiling finely ground coffee in copper cezve, typically sweetened, and served in a demitasse) is said to stem from 15th century Yemen, reaching Constantinople in 17th century and consequently spreading across Ottoman Empire.

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