First-Ever Coffee Museum Opens In Northern Turkey To Promote Anatolian Coffee Culture

From: dailysabah.com

Turkey’s first-ever coffee museum opened with the collaboration of three coffee masters to keep the 500-year-old coffee culture of Anatolia alive in northern Turkey’s Karabük province, in the western Black Sea Region.

Naim Koca and Atilla Narin, authors of the book “The Lost Coffees of Anatolia,” established the “Turkey Coffee Museum” along with Semih Yıldırım who invented a new kind of coffee made with saffron, in Safranbolu district after four years of work.

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