CHARACTERISTICS of TRADITIONAL TURKISH COFFEE Traditional Turkish coffee is balanced in acidity, light in body, has a medium intensity of flavors, and is rich, strong, and sweet with a creamy finish. COFFEE STORAGE Coffee has four age-old enemies; heat, light, air and moisture. The way coffee is stored is essential to keeping it fresh and ready to enjoy. Storing coffee in conditions that expose it to these elements will allow for the coffee to lose its flavor rapidly. Coffee should be stored in an airtight container. We suggest either a glass, metal or ceramic version. Coffee should not be stored in the freezer, contrary to popular belief, as it leads to moisture extracting the flavor of the coffee. Coffee beans are porous and will also absorb unwanted flavors from your freezer.
- FRESH ROASTED IS BEST - The fresher the beans, the more satisfying the coffee. That's why our coffees are packaged and shipped soon after roasting and grinding. It's our way of delivering a high-quality experience with the best flavor and freshness. We want our customers to enjoy fresh coffee at its peak; just a few days after being roasted to perfection.
- ROASTING TURKISH COFFEE - We use 600 years old Authentic Turkish Coffee Roasting Technique that is slow roasted in small batches at 400F and manually timed by our RoastMasters to romance and unlock the peak Turkish coffee flavor out of every bean.
- FINEST GRIND - Turkish Coffee requires an extremely fine, powdery, flour-like grind, which is much finer than even a very finely grinding espresso grinder will produce.
- WHAT IS IN MY COFFEE? - 100% roasted Arabica coffee beans, no additives, artificial flavors or preservatives. Arabica beans to deliver a perfectly balanced premium quality gourmet Turkish Coffee. Arabica beans are widely recognized for their superior flavor, smooth body, and rich aroma versus other coffees.
- 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - Try it Risk-Free: Click the "Add to Cart" button now and be the judge. If you don't love our coffee, we'll refund your order, no questions asked