The young Turkish generation has expanded the diversity of coffee consumption in Turkey, preferring to drink filter coffees or espressos, but Turkish coffee is still the most consumed coffee, daily Milliyet has reported.
"After Y, we have generation Z in Turkey, but Turkish coffee is still the king," the daily headlined on Oct. 8.
Global warming is already causing weather patterns to shift across the planet. As they change, so too will the ability for farmers to cultivate their crops and grow food in the quantities many of us are used to today.
This means in the coming years, much of the produce we are used to seeing in shops today might start to disappear.
After a long break due to the pandemic, the 5th Ankara Coffee Festival will start at Bilkent Center on Oct 1 World Coffee Day.
Organized by Dream Sales Machine, the festival will continue for three days; presenting seminars, workshops, and 24 live concerts by musicians including Gökhan Türkmen, Can Bonomo, and Bedük.
Turkey has reduced to zero the import customs duty for wheat, rye, barley, oats and maize, chickpeas and lentils until year-end, the country's Official Gazette said on Sept. 8.
It said import duties were also reduced for coffee, with the duty for coffee from European Union countries lowered to 6 percent to 11 percent.