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+7 1. cameramaster commented 3 years ago

That coffee looks strong enough to float a bullet on top of it! ( .44 calibre coffee )
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+15 2. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

...or grow hair on your chest >:)
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0 3. braveheart2052 commented 3 years ago

if I had to wait that long for my coffee I`d kill that sucker ! :x :S
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+10 4. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

I think it would be well worth the wait :)
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+9 5. Thanny commented 3 years ago

This is what multiculturalism should be (as opposed to what the kind of idiots who talk about "cultural appropriation" mean). Take a plant from the Americas, import it to Turkey, and turn it into something novel.

And when you get your cup of Turkish coffee, don't stir. The bottom will be covered in sludge that you don't want to drink.
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+2 6. hitmequick commented 3 years ago

I got tired of waiting and went off for a cup of tea instead.
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+2 7. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 3 years ago

#5 coffee was invented by Muslims in the Ottoman Empire. My deepest non-apology if you're a coffee drinker and trump supporter. >:)

FYI just so everybody knows my race is everything....I MEAN EVERYTHING but Asian and Hispanic...but I always consider them my cousins and I love their food! It's a small world after all ;) now let's save this bitch! <3
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+2 8. dushan commented 3 years ago

i like it without sugar, and if it doesn't melt your spoon it's not a real coffee :D
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0 9. UglyBastard commented 3 years ago

Warning! Subliminal message, now i feel the need to drink coffee >:)
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+1 10. andyjk10 commented 3 years ago

That song was awesome. i think it helps you wait for the Coffee
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+1 11. challenger451 commented 3 years ago

They also add mint leaves to it sometimes. I had some when we were invited to a bedouin tent in Israel. It was indeed strong. A cure for death. We had it about 4:00 p.m. and I was still wide awake a 2:00 a.m.
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0 12. loadrunner commented 3 years ago

This is coffee as we should drink it. no sugar, no milk, not too much water
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+2 13. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

#7 Nope,looks like hundreds of years before the Ottoman Empire , Ethiopia circa 850....The Origin of Coffee. A herdsman ,Kaldi , noticed his goats were frolicking around after eating the red berries from a bush. Kaldi sampled the berries himself. A feeling of elation consumed him. So excited, he ran to the nearest Christian monastery with some beans and told the monks of their miraculous effect. Minutes after throwing some the beans into the fire the monastery filled with the aroma of roasting beans and the other monks gathered to investigate. The beans were raked from the fire and crushed to extinguish the embers. The chief Monk ordered the grains to be placed in the ewer and covered with hot water to preserve their goodness. That night the monks sat up drinking the rich fragrant brew, and vowed that they would drink it daily to keep them awake during their long, nocturnal devotions.

http://www.africaresource.com/house/index.php/news/our-announcements/21-the-history-of-coffee
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+1 14. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 3 years ago

#13 ok you did more research then me I've always been told Muslims invented it. All I'm saying is people connect the dots to stuff that doesn't matter when they want it to. Are we gonna protest Hummus and Falafel now? Give me a break.
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0 15. abbb053 commented 3 years ago

#7 & #13.

Easy to get confused I guess.

http://www.turkishcoffeeworld.com/History-of-Coffee-s/60.htm

It has a long history with may parties playing a part in spreading the joy + helping develop their own style
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0 16. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Thanks #15 for the interesting link.. :)
And #10 I'm still trying to find this song, because I love it too.
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-1 17. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

#15 Nothing to get confused about.... your link does not cover the history of coffee , just the history of Turkish coffee , which is a much later history of the brew in the 1400's.
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+1 18. Gringo_el_Diablo commented 3 years ago

Whenever I go to Starbucks I order the Americano! Now that's an historic drink! :)
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-1 19. sux2bu commented 3 years ago

#18 Ah yes , the Americano ! Coffee with Kentucky Bourbon , my favorite beverage on Saturday mornings.
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0 20. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Never had it before...will try though..sounds yummy!
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0 21. Urmensch commented 3 years ago

#13 Since this story of Kaldi is not known to have appeared in writing before 1671, 800 years after it supposedly happened, it is considered to be apochryphal.
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-2 22. Urmensch commented 3 years ago

#13 Since this story of Kaldi is not known to have appeared in writing before 1671, 800 years after it supposedly happened, it is considered to be apochryphal.
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-1 23. abbb053 commented 3 years ago

#17. Not really. But anyway.
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0 24. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#18 Wait!!!???...since when does Starbucks have coffee with bourbon...need to know location! :O
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+2 25. bytebuster commented 3 years ago

Americano is espresso with extra hot water. There is a popular, but unconfirmed, belief that the name has its origins in World War II when American G.I.s in Italy would dilute espresso with hot water to approximate the coffee to which they were accustomed.
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0 26. Burimi commented 3 years ago

#8 I like Srednju!
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+1 27. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

i do this procedure every morning.. (of course sand is replaced with glass-ceramic ) but ?ezva is original

http://www.hisazacimb.si/images/DZEZVA.jpg

not sure how they developed the shape and decided on bronze .. but after i bought it i never miss .. coffee always tastes great ....i used stainless steel http://www.emmezeta.hr/image/571810-62c006f2254479a50997acbecc1678e3_category_large.jpg before .. and it was 10 times harder to make the same coffee..

Who says tools don't make a carpenter

btw my incredibly tasty and expensive lavazza espresso machine is there watching the whole process patiently over and over (my american filter coffee machine is in the basement)

US destroyed the art of enjoying coffee and tea (next time) but brought back craft beer from the dead..all forgiven
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0 28. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#26 And what is Srednju?...I know, I know, I can google it...but I anna hear from you :*