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Memorable moments

from a Turkish store

◦ a moment in the Turkish shop ◦ a moment in the Turkish shop ◦ a Moment in the Turkish Shop ◦ A Moment in the turkish Shop ◦

These are Turkish cups, in which Turkish coffee is served. I personally have a full set of these, which I love to whip out whenever I’ve boiled myself Turkish coffee. These particular cups are ones I found searching through Amazon. If you click into them, you can purchase them for yourself, too.

(note that my website is an Amazon affiliate, which means that any purchase you make through these links will help me maintain this space, at no additional cost to you)

A Turkish Coffee Flashback

– Storytime –

When I was a younger adult, my grandfather used to love pampering me over a cup of Turkish coffee. Whenever I came over (and in later years, I double the demand because my husband would accompany me there), he’d bend over his stove, and lovingly watch over the “feenjan”, a copperpot in which the coffee is prepared.

It’s been years since I sipped on his delicious cup. He’s gone now, and though I miss him dearly, he left with me with fond memories that include afternoons filled with laughter (he used to tell a mean joke in his day!) over this sweet drink.

A "Cezve"

I always referred to this as a "feenjahn", mainly because this was what we called it where I grew up.

The actual coffee!

This is the brand I used to drink, having been raised in Israel.

Lokum

I always referred to this as a "feenjahn", mainly because this was what we called it where I grew up.

A "Cezve"

I always referred to this as a "feenjahn", mainly because this was what we called it where I grew up.

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