Coffee has become part of our culture, and each country has a unique way how they do their coffee.Today let’s take a look how Arabians do their coffee, and what makes their coffee unique from the others?
Arabic coffee is unique in their selection of coffee beans and the method of roasting – they can range from lightly roasted to very dark roast with various degrees in between. Arabic coffee sometimes is being mixed all together and in most cases added with spices for an extra kick of flavoring.
Arabic coffee can not be compared to Italian coffee because Italian coffee is drunk with milk, like the cappuccino. But coffee in the Middle East is never been drunk with milk instead it is flavored with spices such as cardamom, cloves, ginger, and saffron. When you drink Arabic coffee you will distinguish the different flavors and aroma.
Arabian Coffees currently offers four blends – Dimashq, Ramallah, Riyadh, and Amman. Choices of each city depend on the different coffee tradition each serve.
According to Sireen Takrouri “The world is becoming more of a global village, where people are picking and enjoying the best bits from all cultures, and this especially includes the best bits from Arabic culture,” she says. “And Arabic culture has wonderful gifts to offer the world.”
Coffee indeed is a universal beverage, that makes every culture unite, and come together to a cup of coffee.