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Arabic coffee

Dallah pot, Qahwa, and Majlis are what you will hear when speaking of the traditional Arabic coffee culture. Drinking coffee is part of many people's habits, and has even become a beautiful cultural tradition in many countries. Today we will discuss Arabic coffee culture with elaborate rituals around preparation, serving, and drinking. Their coffee is an extremely stimulating warm drink, characterized by a bitter taste. Coffee, or Qahwa, will be prepared in a

In recent years, the specialty coffee trend has become prominent among the coffee enthusiasts community, turning the enjoyment of that aromatic, bitter drink into a culture. When you visit specialty coffee shops or come across coffee articles, you may see such terms as third-wave, blend, single origin, artisan, cupping, etc. For those who are in the coffee sector, these languages are rather similar, but for others, they are quite difficult to reach. So,

As one of the areas with the first coffee shops in the world, no surprise that Persian coffee culture has gone through different stages corresponding to the historical upheaval of the country; from the initial introduction in the 9th century, A.C to the most prosperous period during Safavid dynasty (16th century) among workers, artisans, and merchants; following that are the years of certain variations in the way Iranians brew and enjoy a