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Buy Turkish Coffe "Kurukahveci Mehmet Efendi"
Turkish coffee; It is produced from high quality Arabica coffee beans. You can buy our Yummy Turkish Coffee, offered in special packages, as much as you want and keep it until the expiry date.
It will preserve the freshness of the day with its smell and taste.
In 1543, Yemen Governor Özdemir Pasha brought coffee, whose taste he admired, to Istanbul. Thanks to the brand new method of preparation found by the Turks, coffee was cooked in jars and pots and took the name Turkish Coffee. The people were introduced to coffee thanks to the coffee houses that were first opened in Tahtakale in 1554 and spread rapidly throughout the city.
Coffeehouses and coffee culture, where books and beautiful writings were read at all hours of the day, chess and backgammon were played,
poetry and literary conversations were held, and coffee culture left their mark on the social life of the period. Coffee, which took its place in the palace kitchen and in the houses, started to be consumed in large quantities.
After the raw coffee beans were roasted in pans, they were pounded in mortars and then cooked in pots and served with great care to the most respected friends. In a short time, thanks to the merchants and travelers who came to Istanbul as well as the Ottoman ambassadors,
the taste and reputation of Turkish Coffee first embraced Europe and then the whole world. In 1871, Kurukahveci Mehmet Efendi presented the coffee, which was roasted in cupboards and grinded in the mill for the first time, for public consumption. Today, Turkish coffee, is known by the name Kurukahveci Mehmet Efendi in the world and Turkey.