Turkish Tea: The Taste and Experience of Turkey

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  1. When visiting Turkey with family many years ago we got offered tea all the time, in every store we strolled through, but when we visited Istanbul last year no one offered us some tea at all. I really love their fruity tea with lots of sugar, so I got a bit disappointed. haha!

    • NatalieTanner says:

      How strange! I wonder why things were different? We bought some of the lovely tea home, too. It is delicious, but not the same as enjoying it there! πŸ™‚

  2. Ben says:

    The Turkish are such hospitable people I can’t wait to go back. Plus I love drinking tea and Turkey has some of the best, don’t you think?

    • NatalieTanner says:

      I couldn’t agree more. I feel like we only scratched the surface. I want to see more of the turquoise coast. Which part of Turkey did you see?

  3. Portia says:

    I would love to try that apple tea if and when I’m in Turkey πŸ™‚ I’m a tea-lover myself and I find it so interesting how different cultures make, prepare and serve tea.

  4. I am a tea drinker and lover.I was in Istanbul about two decades ago. But I didn;t know about Turkish tea.Thanks.

  5. Thanks for sharing. I’ve done a traditional British tea, but love learning about how different cultures take something similar and turn it into their own thing. Thanks!

  6. I love tea. And how amazing for a culture to embrace it so much like Turkey does. How interesting that it’s so much hotter than how we do it. Really interesting read!

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