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Make the traditional Arabic coffee ritual — treat yourself with a cup of Arabic coffee in twilight of local coffee shops.
How to try light Arabic coffee in Dubai
The attitude of Arabs for coffee can not be described in only a few words. There is a whole cult of drinking this beverage. First of all you need the right sort of coffee - light Arabian, prepared from not roasted coffee beans with the addition of aromatic spices фтв made by secret Arabic recipes.

Coffee can be brewed only in Arabian Turks, no coffee makers or vending machines are allowed. Drink must be served in a traditional coffee pot and poured into small bowls. It should be tasted slowly while conducting a small talk.

How to do?

1. In order to fully experience the atmosphere, taste, aroma and the very attitude to the drink, it is worth visiting a traditional coffee shop, where the twilight always reigns. Locals say that in such an atmosphere and with such lighting you feel the true taste of light Arabic coffee.
2. To the cup of fragrant coffee, it is likely to order some delicious Arabian sweets.

How much?

On average, a cup of coffee costs 10 dirhams.

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Guest04 April 2020

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