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Very strong black coffee served with the fine grounds in it.
- ‘Small cups of black Turkish coffee were set out on a low table.’
- ‘They drink lots of strong black Turkish coffee.’
- ‘A typical Greek breakfast consists of a piece of bread, some goat milk and strong Turkish coffee.’
- ‘He brings out Turkish coffee and chocolate-chip cookies.’
- ‘The Bay Tree's clientele ranges from young families to wiry old men sipping cups of strong Turkish coffee.’
- ‘As we sat down to cups of strong Turkish coffee, a middle-aged man, clearly the head of the family, joined us.’
- ‘He could sit down with him for a glass of brandy or a cup of Turkish coffee.’
- ‘In one corner there is an Ottoman style couch, where diners may retire to drink Turkish coffee after the meal.’
- ‘This dessert should always be accompanied by a bitter cup of Turkish coffee or tea with mint.’
- ‘It's not anything special like Turkish coffee, just freshly brewed, high quality filter coffee.’
- ‘Over Turkish coffee on the terrace at Amman's Four Seasons Hotel, he issued a dire warning.’
- ‘The old town is full of Turkish coffee houses and local bars and restaurants.’
- ‘You can sip a Turkish coffee or a Tunisian mint tea in the Place de la Victoire.’
- ‘Albanians enjoy Turkish coffee or Albanian coffee, Albanian whiskey and wine.’
- ‘After a late supper and ladles of Turkish coffee, Jure took us up the tower.’
- ‘Bulgarians like to drink strong espresso and Turkish coffee.’
- ‘I am often asked how to make Turkish coffee,.’
- ‘These coffee houses remain a purely men's space where they drink traditional Turkish coffee and play backgammon and chat about politics.’
- ‘They stopped in cafés for Turkish coffee and marzipan.’
- ‘Men sit for hours in all-male tea houses drinking tea or Turkish coffee.’
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