This simple yet splendid natural turquoise ring was designed by Ibrahim Eke and made by a turkish woman named Aysegul. I discovered his work and shop in the Arasta Bazaar in Istanbul which is situated in an old Roman stable.
Someone pinned this as "espresso in a copper pot". It's actually greek or Turkish coffee, very strong coffee with a muddy sediment left in the bottom when you've finished drinking. The pot is pronounced "bricke" in Greek and the coffee has to be heated in a certain way to get that lovely crema on top! Love Coffee - Makes Me Happy
warm water@medium high.Add1tbsp of coffee/cup.Do not stir.let coffee float on the surface. When coffee starts to sink and water is warm,stir it several times turn down the heat.When you see bubble ring forming on surface,lower heat more/move your pot away from the heat source.Keep it foaming stage without letting it come to a boil. You may gently stir little bit at this stage. Upon rising remove.
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