Coffee should be as strong as love, as sweet as sin and as black as Hell.
Wishing you all a fabulous weekend and my Muslim friends a Blessed Ramadan!
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That’s my kind of coffee!
How very kind! I saw this and loved it but then again I am a little biaised!
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Hello! How nice to hear from you all the way in Canada! I’m on FB if you get stuck and you have a great weekend too!
Love it! You have a happy weekend, too!
Sounds great, but, I’m afraid I wouldn’t survive a cup!
Me neither, I like white weak decaf and Turkish Coffee is like rocket fuel
I Love Turkish coffee Is this your first Ramazan? Does it effect you?
I’ve been here before at this time, so the drums aren’t quite as much a shock this time around. However, unsurprisingly, Ahmed doesn’t indulge as he couldn’t give up cigarettes for a whole day!
Thank you for the best wishes Happy weekend too I dedicate this song to u
Lovely lovely gesture and a beautiful song – thank you so much!
Yes it is – wished I knew a little more about Turkish folklore!
Cool saying, except that I like mine white.
That sounds like great coffee Have a good weekend too!
I will try to but think I will give the Turkish coffee a miss and stick with latte
Hmm… if your idea of hell is red as fire and think that sin is sour then you’d have some interesting coffee!
I love Turkish proverbs and history – sadly don’t know enough about it but trying to remedy that!
Turkish coffee is dreadful staying far away! Hope you had a great weekend
I’m not a fan either but I do like how the Turkish make a social occasion or either coffee or çay, it’s very civilized and very hospitable
Enjoy the start of Ramazan!
I will and hope you enjoy your time with your family!
Thank you so much!
I usually have to endure a cup of Turkish coffee for pacify when Turkish hubby’s family and friends. It’s an acquired taste that I haven’t acquired yet!
I meant to say, to pacify my Turkish hubby’s family and friends!
I have to agree it’s like rocket fuel!
EXACTLY how I like my coffee!
Hell must be a scary place if Turkish coffee is anything to go by.
I agree its fierce!
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