Israeli coffee is very popular to a lot of people around the world. Especially to Jewish populations living in other countries.
The coffee culture in Israel started since the nation's declaration as a state in 1948. There had been many Jews living in Europe who had established excellent coffee businesses in roasting and grinding coffee beans. After the holocaust, and their settlement in the Jewish homeland they brought their coffee knowledge to Israel.
Israeli coffee is famous for its rich aroma and one of a kind taste. You can prepare it in two different ways:
(a) The cooked version – “Kafe Shachor” (“black coffee”), or
(b) The uncooked version that is unique in Israel and they call it “Kafe Botz” (“mud coffee”).
The use of cardamom spice in both versions is very common. The people of the Middle East region are very fond of this aroma and taste. Many people call it “Israeli coffee” or “Israeli Turkish coffee” or “Arabic coffee”. The drinking of Israeli coffee is a tradition when working in “kibbutz”, going out camping, serving in the army or over a game of backgammon.
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