Pungent but tender. With a titillating aroma and mesmerizing depth of taste. In the cup, tiny and bottomless simultaneously, under the velvety foam, there are only a few sips and a 500-year his under the velvety factory. Corduroy among drinks, Turkish coffee will welcome you to its embrace in its own historic homeland, in Turkey.

    However, if you want to start the day with a cup of aromatic Turkish coffee, you will be disappointed: most coffee shops open closer to lunch, and for local residents, coffee drinking is not a morning ritual. If you want to try real Turkish coffee, you should wait for lunch and find a coffee shop specializing in making the right Turkish coffee-on coals. So, here is a list of places to drink coffee in Istanbul.
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