Turkish coffee, an indispensable part of our coffee culture, must be one of the most beautiful flavors in the world.
It has always been the main actor of conversations, asking for a girl and engagement ceremonies with its unique aromatic scent, grounds, foam, fascinating taste and Turkish delight served with it.
Turkish coffee has inspired poems with the language of poets, songs with the spirit of musicians and paintings with the imagination of painters, in short, it has inspired many fields of art and has even been the subject of many works in the literary world.
While coffee and coffeehouses have a very important place in Turkish social life, it has always been the most important drink of authentic places, has been passed down from generation to generation orally and in writing, and has been the most important actor in the formation of social coffee culture.
It has been the subject of various sayings and proverbs in Turkish culture, “a cup of coffee has forty years of memory.
With sayings such as “Gönül neither wants coffee nor coffeehouse, Gönül wants to chat, coffee is a pretext”, it has found a very important place in the culture of society.
The roasting of green coffee beans in different shades and grinding them in stone mills has distinguished Turkish coffee from other coffees, with its coffee pot, cup, and even its unique cooking method and presentation since the 16th century.
It has created a magnificent position for itself in Turkish culture.
With half a century of experience, Şekeroğlu has broken new ground in the production of Turkish coffee and has succeeded in preserving the freshness of the coffee for up to one year by packaging the products in a protective atmosphere.