A Short  History

of first coffee trace

    When we start talking about coffee we have to go back to about the 14th century. The beginning of the book is only described as the beginning of worldwide popularity through the colonisation of the binary This can lead to  the popularity of  coffee as a favourite beverage. In the  14th century, a welcome drink called Bosnian coffee appeared in the Middle East. The story is truly phenomenal. Bosnian coffee is very comparable to Turkish or Arabic coffee. The reason  is historical. From the 14th to the 18th century, the Ottoman Empire bulging as long as Bosnia and Herzegovina. Islamic customs forbid alcohol, so coffee was a famous social drink. This  style of Turkish coffee is still popular in the country, despite a century of Austro-Hungarian rule and the breakup of Yugoslavia in the 1990s. Bosnian coffee is traditionally prepared in an Ibrik or džezva, a small copper pot with a high neck and  long handle. The basic steps include boiling water and finely ground coffee over an open fire or  stove. Bosnian coffee differs from Turkish coffee by sugar: Turkish coffee is made by adding sugar to  water and coffee in a coffee pot, while the Bosnian version adds sugar to the brewed coffee. A Bosnian custom allows you to choose the amount of sugar you prefer instead of letting the coffee pot decide for you. In Bosnia and Herzegovina, coffee was served  in an Ibrik, a cup, and a pile of sugar cubes.Put a sugar cube or two in a cup, pour in some coffee  and wait for the sugar to dissolve. Then  add the rest of the coffee. And you can enjoy a Turkish delight, part of jelly  on the side.

Ibrik or džezva

Turkish coffee Set

Dallah (coffee pot) or Arabic coffee