Mainly enjoyed throughout the Middle East, it is made in a cezve, a typical long-handled pot made from copper or brass.
Very finely ground coffee is needed to make it.
Traditionally a brass grinder is used, in order to obtain a powder as fine as caster sugar.
It is drunk from small cups, once the powder has completely settled at the bottom.
Many enjoy their Turkish coffee flavored with spices like cardamom and cinnamon. Simply add finely ground spices to taste.