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Turkish, Greek and Others - Chris Chartier's Review
Posted: April 24, 2009, 8:48am
review rating: 7.0
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Turkish, Greek and Others
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Sanatan Rai 9.00
Neil Edwards 8.28
Kari Rippetoe 8.00
Chrsitopher Schaaefer 8.00
Josh Lynch 8.00

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 9.4
Product Reviewed: Ibrik
Manufacturer: Varies Quality: 9
Average Price: Varies Usability: 9
Price Paid: $30.00 Cost vs. Value 10
Where Bought: http://www.natashascafe.com/ Aesthetics 10
Owned for: 3 years Overall 9
Writer's Expertise: I love coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
Similar Items Owned: none
Bottom Line: Get off the fence and take the plunge, you won't regret making coffee in your ibrik.
Positive Product Points

Makes some of the best coffee you will ever taste!!

Negative Product Points

Messy and must pay strong attention when brewing.

Detailed Commentary

An ibrik is something that seems intimidating at first, but once you take the plunge you wish you wouldn't have waited so long. Most ibriks are beautiful. They are eye-catching and will definitely draw attention from guests. You can make a turkish coffee with it which is one of the most amazing tasting types of coffee you will ever put to your taste buds.

A very simple process of putting water in the bottom of the ibrik. Grinding coffee to a fine powder (requires burr grinder). Adding coffee, sugar (standard in turkish coffee) and possibly a little cardamom (for true middle eastern flavor). Then you put over low heat until the water simmers up through the coffee grinds. Take it off and put back a few times and it creates an extremely strong, yet amazingly smooth cup of coffee.

Buying Experience

Great. Natasha's cafe is a wonderful place.

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