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First of all, the Turks drink tea

Greek began to be called later, once of the most famous Greek coffee company began to advertise naming the "Greek".

Of course the truth is the production of coffee in this way is from the Arab world. The first preparation such as coffee were the Bedouins of the Middle East who put the coffee pot on the sand covering the coals to keep the look. So we considered that the right way to cook the coffee is on the sand. From the Arabs we learned how to manufacture the Ottomans and spread them in the Balkans.

Neither "Greek" or "Turkish" then ...

The coffee should be called "Arab" or if you do not want to go so old and so far it should be called "Ottoman".

personal I drink frape

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First of all, the Turks drink tea

Greek began to be called later, once of the most famous Greek coffee company began to advertise naming the "Greek".

Of course the truth is the production of coffee in this way is from the Arab world. The first preparation such as coffee were the Bedouins of the Middle East who put the coffee pot on the sand covering the coals to keep the look. So we considered that the right way to cook the coffee is on the sand. From the Arabs we learned how to manufacture the Ottomans and spread them in the Balkans.

Neither "Greek" or "Turkish" then ...

The coffee should be called "Arab" or if you do not want to go so old and so far it should be called "Ottoman".

personal I drink frape

frape.jpg

Thanks Nikviz. I am going to that. I went to a friends house after a book study for coffee one night and she made me this coffee

when I go to town I like buy this coffee. I love strong coffee..I think because of were I grew up. My home

cong. has many wonderful nationalities. I like different cultures and there ways. But I have wanted to know how.

Thanks for sharing the history. I wish they included this sort of lessons when I went to school Instead of Captain Cook etc. agape`

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