If you’re a coffee lover, then you must try Turkish Hot Sand Coffee. Coffee is a beverage that has been around for centuries. It is one of the most popular drinks in the world, and people drink it for various reasons. Some people drink it because they need the caffeine to stay awake; others drink it because they enjoy its taste, and some people drink it just for the fun of it.
Some people enjoy drinking coffee alone, while others prefer to share their coffee with friends or family members. There are also many different ways to make coffee. Some people like to add sugar or cream; others prefer their coffee black or with a little milk.
There are many different types of coffee too! If you want something sweet, there are coffees flavored with cinnamon and vanilla extract. If you like something more bitter there are coffees flavored with dark chocolate or cocoa powder.
You can even find coffees that have flavors like pumpkin spice or peppermint – whatever your tastes may be! Below is the latest idea of coffee, you may not hear of before that. What kind of sand is for Turkish coffee? It was first discovered or rather noticed during the Ottoman Empire, between the 13th and 14th centuries. Although it was popular, it did not have the same popularity that it has today.
How to Make Turkish Coffee?
Turkish Sand Coffee looks like real magic when it’s being made. Water and fine coffee grinds are placed in a cezve, a special wide-bottomed pot, and then the pot is placed in hot sand. It is recommended to heat Turkish coffee to just under a rolling boil before making it properly. Almost instantly, the coffee foams to the top as a result of the even heat caused by the sand.
A small cup of sand is served with the cezve added three to four times to the sand. The result is a strongly flavored, thick coffee with suspended grounds that settle quickly to the bottom of the cup. By using the flame as a sort of “adjustable double boiler”, cups left on the surface stay warm while the heat used for brewing can be adjusted by the depth of the cezve in the sand without worrying about the temperature of the heat source.
Making Turkish coffee using hot sand.pic.twitter.com/GbYZRMAh3v
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