Turkish Coffee Cups and Saucers 12 Pieces Set that can serve 6 people.
This Set Includes: 6 Cups and 6 Saucers (6'li Turk Kahvesi Fincan Seti)
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Use one full coffee spoon of Turkish coffee per person
Use one coffee cup full of water per person
Use sugar as per your taste (half a dessert-spoon per cup recommended)
You start by adding and mixing the coffee, sugar and cold water into a coffee pot. Keep the stove at low until you see foam appear on top of the pot. Pour the foamy part of the coffee into the cup (special Turkish coffe cups recommended - called "fincan"). Then return the pot to the stove and bring the remaining coffee to a boil. Pour the boiling coffee over the cup all the way to the top. Your Turkish coffee is now ready to serve. Afiyet Olsun (Bon Appetite).
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