125g Rose Turkish Coffee
125g Rose Turkish Coffee

Selamlique Rose Turkish Coffee 125g

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Brand : Selamlique
Qash : 21
Discount Rate : %20 Discount
Price : $12.99
Discounted : $10.39

Rose Turkish Coffee. Selamlique 125g Turkish Coffee products 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.

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):

125g



Type: Arabica
Country/Region: Brazil - Rio Minas
Roast: Medium
Grind: Fine


Turkish coffee goes well with different flavors and can be flavored without losing its distinctive signature, allowing new tastes to be discovered. In addition to its okkali (dark roast), traditional and decaffeinated options, Selamlique offers flavored coffees that combine carefully selected and expertly processed coffee beans with chocolate, Southeast Asia's cinnamon and cardamom, Aegean mastic gum, and offers suggestions to those who do not hesitate to try different blends.

Roasting method

Traditional fine Turkish coffee grind obtained using stone grinding mill.


Caffeine content: 1.2 %


Processing method: Sun-dried


Pairing Notes

Best paired with desserts.



Store in a cool, dry place.


Origins of the Coffee


The coffee tree grows between the Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn, in tropical regions, on mountainous plateaus and volcanic slopes characterised by heavy rainfall. It is sensitive to the cold, droughts and sudden changes in weather. The white flowers of the coffee tree have an intense smell akin to that of jasmine and orange blossoms. Blood-red fruits replace the short-lived white flowers, and all the essential properties of the region, from the smell of the earth where the tree grows to the humidity of the air, are embedded in the flavours of their greenish-yellow beans. Traces of coffee’s Ethiopian roots, as well as the earth in Brazil where the plant grew can all be found in a cup of Turkish coffee (Source: Selamlique).