Espresso is generally thicker than coffee brewed by other methods, has a higher concentration of suspended and dissolved solids, and has foam on top. Though a serving of espresso is called a ‘shot,’ it is not meant to be drunk in a single gulp like you might take a shot of tequila. Instead, espresso is meant to be sipped slowly so you can enjoy it’s full, rich flavor.
Regardless of the size, espressos are usually poured into demitasse cups. These are the small cups holding 2 to 4 ounces of espresso.
These cups are also ideal for sipping Turkish coffee.
Turkish coffee refers to the special brewing method that is most common in the Levant. Turkish coffee is made unfiltered with finely ground coffee beans (so fine that they resemble the texture of cocoa powder). The ground beans are boiled with sugar and cardamom in a special pot called a rakwah.

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