Mmmmm, Coffee

I've been drinking coffee since I was three years old. My grandmother used to give me Turkish coffee and then we spent our mornings having cafe ua lait with matzo bread chopped up in it. I like to buy whole beans, a strong blend and grind them at home. There is nothing like the smell of freshly ground coffee.
Siberia1000 Siberia1000
46-50, F
1 Response Dec 15, 2012

You are so right about that there is nothing like the smell of fresh groung coffee. I am finding Labanese ground coffee to be quite interesting (Maatouk). It may be similar to your Turkish coffee. Drink up. :-)

I think they may be similar. Turkish coffee is very finely ground. It leaves about half a demi tasse full of grounds after you drink it. MY grandmother flipped the cup onto the saucer and then read the grounds left in the cup. She also read cards and other things she learned in Egypt.