What is Dibek Coffee?
Dibek Coffee, which is obtained by grinding Turkish coffee and also pounded with a mixture of various
herbs, is a local coffee that is often preferred with its soft drink and pleasant aftertaste. Thanks to its
ingredients, it has a softer taste than Turkish coffee and is easier to drink.
The popularity of Dibek Coffee, which has been around since the Ottoman period, is rapidly increasing
around the world. Dibek coffee, which contains goat horn, sahlep, zahter, cocoa and menengiç, is obtained
by both grinding and beating. The mortar and pestle made of wood or stone in which the coffee is pounded
is called Dibek and this is where the coffee got its name.
Due to its herbal content, it has the ability to both satiate and facilitate digestion. It is also known to be
good for the nervous system and effective in coping with stress. Dibek coffee is also good for bad breath
when consumed regularly. Apart from these, it is effective in strengthening memory and is also useful in
gallstone problems. You can order our Şekeroğlu Dibek Coffee from our 200 Gr and 250 Gr protected
package options or you can also examine our different coffee varieties
Şekeroğlu Dibek Coffee Ingredients
● Turkish Coffee
● Coffee Creamer
● Carob Extract
How to Make Dibek Coffee?
You can make Dibek coffee just like Turkish Coffee. Depending on the number of people you will make,
you can get a delicious coffee by slowly mixing one scale of Dibek Coffee for each cup and the water in
the cup size in the coffee pot over low heat. When your coffee foams, you can distribute the foam into the
cup with the help of a spoon, then you can fill the cups with the coffee that you have heated a little more
over low heat. You can easily make your coffee in a Turkish Coffee machine using the same
measurements. You can add additional sugar if desired.