A selection of coffee brewing turks
Long thought about buying a Turk, finally decided. But now I don’t know what kind of material it is better to buy a Turk, and I’m sure about where to buy too. Help, good people!
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Answered on September 19, 08:43
I am also looking for a little Turk, for one cup. Which are better to watch - Turkish, Armenian or Arab? Does it make sense to look expensive or enough for a few simple dollars? While I am using the old Arabic, it seems like nothing is working but the tinning inside has partially gone away.
Answered on September 19 09:17
At my Turk's mother-in-law, Gipfel ordered on the official website you can look, probably at 0.3 - a very cool thing. When you hold in your hands, you already feel that this is a quality thing. Heavy, thick-walled. Made of stainless steel grade, which is characterized by durability, wear resistance, not susceptible to oxidation. The taste of coffee is awesome ... My mother-in-law has been preparing Turkish coffee for a very long time, they lived in Armenia for a long time with her father-in-law, her coffee in Turkish is better than everyone.If anything, then on the label from the manufacturer of this Turkish it is written that this is a non-electric Turk)) And the operating instructions for cooking on fire are given. Since the body of the Turks themselves is small, and the handle is long enough, the vertical position provides the desired center of gravity for good stability. I repeat, it is very convenient to use, the design is balanced.
Answered on September 19, 11:28
One of the main criteria is the volume of the Turks. And this volume should be no more than 100 ml.