Organic Traditional Turkish Kafe Light Roast Coffee

Organic Traditional Turkish Kafe Light Roast Coffee

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Weight 8 oz bag
Grind Whole Beans

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Tracing its roots to the Ottoman Empire, Turkish coffee is perhaps the boldest expression of the beverage’s flavor. 9th Street Coffee's authentic Turkish Kafe is crafted from a blend of perfectly processed and aged Arabica coffee beans that are expertly roasted by a fourth-generation roaster in Istanbul, Turkey. While these beans can be ground for an auto-drip percolator, we recommend the traditional preparation method, in which three tablespoons of the fine, powdery grounds are added to six ounces of water, brought to a boil, and then briefly simmered for three to five minutes. Pour the luxurious and velvety elixir into a cup and allow it to rest for a moment. Those who enjoy bold coffee will want to try Turkish Kafe black. Others may prefer to add a touch of sugar. Our fine Turkish Kafe pairs beautifully with strawberries, cherries, or dark chocolate as a decadent snack or after-dinner treat.

Roast Level: Light Turkish Roast
Caffeine Level: High
Acidity Level: Medium - Medium/High
Varietal: North African Arabica Blend
Elevation: 1,000 - 3,000 ft above sea level
Accreditation: Certified Organic - Certified AA - Fair Trade - Recycled/Biodegradable Packaging

Strong flavors of nougat, caramel, and lighter floral aftertaste

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100% Organic & Responsibly Sourced Coffee Beans & Teas are more than just a slogan. We are proud to align ourselves with such environmentally conscious organization such as, The UNDP Africa Project, The Latin American Coffee Growers Cooperative, The Malawi Women's Farming Program and The Royal Indian Tiger Reserve Project. 9th Street's partnership with these and other non-profit groups allows us the unique opportunity to provide a high quality, great tasting unique line of products, but more importantly, it helps enhance the lives of those who work so hard to bring it to us.

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