Selamlique Decaffeinated Turkish Coffee 7-Pack 49G
Selamlique Decaffeinated Turkish Coffee 7-Pack 49G

Selamlique Decaf Turkish Coffee Sachets 7X7g

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Brand : Selamlique
Qash : 14
Discount Rate : %20 Discount
Price : $8.99
Discounted : $7.19

Single Serving Sachets of Decaf Turkish Coffee

Type: Arabica

Country/Region: Brazil - Rio Minas

Roast: Medium

Grind: Fine

Shipping & Delivery

Express. Supplied/shipped in 2-4 days once the order is placed.

Estimated Delivery Time After Shipment: 2-7 days

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Net Quantity (g/ml):

49g


Single-cooking bags (7g) containing ground Turkish coffee


Selamlique Traditional Turkish Coffee Pack of 7X7g Sachets come within an elegant special design boxes. Selamlique Turkish Coffee is meticulously processed from 100% Arabica beans and comes in traditional, dark roast, decaf, cardamon, mastic, chocolate, cinnamon, rose and orange flavours.

Roasting method

Traditional fine Turkish coffee grind obtained using stone grinding mill.


Caffeine content: 0%


Processing method: Sun-dried


Tasting Notes

Mild acidity, full body, high levels of spicy and smoked flavours, smooth finish.


Pairing Notes

Best after dinner as the last cup of the day.


Store in a cool, dry place.


History of Coffee

Research indicates that coffee was discovered in the Kaffa province of Ethiopia. But the most common legend surrounding coffee is about a shepherd’s discovery that goats run around with joy after eating the fruits of this particular tree. It is well documented that pilgrims travelling to Mecca transported coffee to Persia and North Africa in the sixteenth century. Sultan Selim I’s conquest of Mecca in 1517, on the other hand, was a turning point in the history of coffee. It quickly became the most popular drink in Istanbul, and speciality houses called kahvehane started appearing in the city; these shops where people drank coffee while idly chatting and playing various card games, along with the drink itself, attracted the attention of numerous travellers, and spread throughout Europe. (Source: Selamlique).