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Copper Turkish Coffee Pots

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In Turkish tradition, freshly brewed coffee is made with time and care and shared with someone you care about. If you have patience and a bit of time to relax and sip on your coffee, the Turkish Coffee Pot is for you. A good way to unwind and enjoy some great conversation while making a cup of java, this process takes about 5-10 minutes and shouldn't be rushed, it will be well worth it in the end.
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In Turkish tradition, freshly brewed coffee is made with time and care and shared with someone you care about. If you have patience and a bit of time to relax and sip on your coffee, the Turkish Coffee Pot is for you. A good way to unwind and enjoy some great conversation while making a cup of java, this process takes about 5-10 minutes and shouldn't be rushed, it will be well worth it in the end.



Features & Functionality of the Copper Turkish Coffee Pots

  • Traditional Design: Each unique copper piece is hand hammered into a shape by experienced artisans in Anatolia
  • Multiple Sizes: Whether it be for a single cup or for you to share with loved ones, you'll be able to find the size that's best for you.
  • Durable: Made of copper, this pot is tin lined inside for durability and easy clean-up.

A Note About Coffee & Cups

Let us break it down for you: Although 8 ounces equals a cup in the baking world, a US cup of coffee is measured at 6 ounces and a European cup of coffee is measured at 4.25 ounces. This is why we sometimes list ounces to paint a more accurate picture of capacity.

Pros
  • Choose Your Size - Great for a single serving or for gatherings with loved ones, we offer three sizes of your choice to cater to what you're serving for.
  • Copper Build - Copper is known for it's ability to diffuse heat evenly and conduct it quickly, and is known all over the world as high-efficiency conductor of heat and to have the ability to quickly bring water to a boil. This allows you to make your Turkish coffee quickly and efficiently.
How Does it Compare?

While the Turkish Coffee Pot sizes are equivalent to Small = 8 oz (1-2 cup) Medium = 10 oz (3-4 cup) and Large = 14 oz (5-6 cup). These are just guidelines for comparison as they are handmade and the volume may vary slightly.

Tips and Tricks

These pots are designed to pour with your right hand, sorry Lefties!

Model Number TCW-001C
Width 8 oz 3 inches | 10 oz 3.25 inches | 14 oz 3.75 inches
Height 8 oz 3 inches | 10 oz 3.25 inches | 14 oz 4 inches
Material Copper/Tin
Manufacturer Turkish Coffee World

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Copper Turkish Coffee Pots
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A shopper asked: I'm more of a by the numbers kind of guy. How many ounces of coffee does this pot hold and how much do you use? How many grams of ground espresso do you use? Where do you get a recipe? I had a cup at a coffee shop that had 2 fresh ground cardamom pods and sugar (turbinado?) mixed in with the espresso before adding to the boiling water. Is it necessary to use a wooden spoon rather than metal? Is the copper a pain to keep looking good? Mar 26, 2013
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Richard C: The total volume of the smaller ibrik is around 220ml -- just under 8oz. However, part of the process of making Turkish coffee involves the brew foaming up -- so don't expect to use it to make that much coffee.

The smaller ibrik is best suited for making 1 demitasse at at time. I.e., about 100ml, or just a skosh less than 3-1/2oz. Use the demitasse itself as a measuring cup.

The amount of coffee you'll want to use per demitasse is going to depend on the coffee itself, how its ground, the size of the cup, your own preferences, and some other stuff that's not rising to the surface of my thought processes. I use about 1 tbs of pulverized coffee, I'm not sure how much that weighs -- probably around 10g.

Cardomam is a common flavoring in Turkish and Greek styles. If you like it, you should use it. If not, not.

Turbinado and other, similarly fancy sugars are great. But ordinary, refined white sugar works just fine too, and -- for that matter -- is probably far more common in the Eastern Med/Middle East.

The right grind for Turkish coffee is considerably finer than that for espresso. If you're buying pre-ground, you need to buy coffee specifically ground for making Turkish/Greek coffee. Many -- if not most -- of the commercial grinders in supermarkets have a Turkish setting. If you're grinding yourself, you're probably best off with a grinder reserved for the purpose. The brass grinder sold here would be a good choice.

You can use a metal spoon.

If you want to keep your copper pot perpetually shiny and new looking you'll need to polish it every few uses. Most people aren't that particular. If you don't mind it dulling a bit and showing a few spots, you can go a lot longer; and when you do polish, it will be as good as new.
Mar 27, 2013
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Rhonda J: 2 pinches of ground cardamom / 14g freshly ground French roast for the large (5-6 c) copper pot. Sugar is opt just like regular coffee but if you use it put it in with coffee before adding sugar. I also get 4 c. Not 5-6.
The little pot is easy to keep clean when washed and dried after use. I use Bar Keepers Friend to clean my copper if needed.
Use metal and/ or wood stirrers - I just don't leave them sitting in the pot (stir and remove). Remember, the presentation is half the fun so look good while you brew.
Mar 27, 2013
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Brandon B: The pot only holds 8 oz of volume. So I only use 6 oz of water. I use a 1.5 to 2 grams of finely ground coffee per ounce. I don't have a recipe like you mentioned but I have read about them on sweet marias and peets coffee. I think a non-metal utensil should be used because the inside lining not copper but tin (I think). The outside of my pot still looks good after my initial 8 or so uses. However, I can see that the bottom is getting some discoloration. Mar 28, 2013
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Alex L: I use any dark roast and add a third cup of fine ground and a tablespoon of sugar. Then boil 3 times. Cardamon is traditional and good but i prefer without. Not concerned about the appearance of the pot, used look is fine by me. It also tastes great with some Irish Cream, but i suggest that you try different quantities of sugar, coffee and spices until you tweak your personal recipe. Of course serving it traditionally is a fun experience Mar 27, 2013
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Lisa T asked: Can I use a pot like this on the flat hotplate ( glass cooking surface) the bass of my copper pots are thin, is it ok to use them? I'm not sure if it's Greek or Turkish. But it looks identical to the turkish ones. Oct 3, 2013
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Alex L: -Absolutely, In my opinion that is the safest way to use it! Works wonderfully, you never want to leave it unattended while it brews. First, because it brew quickly and will boil over and 2nd when brewing over flame the wood handle can be a fire hazard. Take care to position handle so that it is not above the heat source.
-Buy the largest available, the price difference is worth it!
-I have brewed with it on the glass top, electric coil, gas burner and even over a fire pit outside!
Oct 5, 2013
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Kristin S: I would use this on a flat hotplate, it should be fine. They even demonstrate this using a hotplate. As for whether or not its Greek or Turkish...it all depends on where you are or your nationality. Its all the same, if you're in Greece then its a Greek coffee pot and if you're in Turkey then it's a Turkish coffee pot. Enjoy! Oct 7, 2013
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Dinesh K: Its perfectly ok to use it on flat hot plate. I am using the same at my home on same. It works perfects fine and taste of coffee will be little different when you make it using this turkish pots. Oct 3, 2013
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Michael K: Hi Lisa I just bought this item but have not used it yet on my glass top cooking surface. The bottom is flat but I'll let you know how it performs after this weekend. Oct 3, 2013
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James H: Yes, it will work on any heat source except an induction cooktop. The heat you need to make coffee won't damage the pot. Oct 3, 2013
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Kyle T: Should be no problem. Oct 3, 2013
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Jenny E: I haven't tried it but don't see why not. I use mine on the electric element on my stove but it only takes a minute or two to boil and if you're not watching, it easily boils over if, like me, you fill it to the top. Oct 7, 2013
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Stephanie C asked: Hi, I was looking a several differnet tin Turkish copper coffee cups and some lady wrote on one of the reviews (Amazon) that she was worried about heating up the tin and if any chemicals would leak into her coffee. In a nutshell- is this type of copper tin safe to heat up and make coffee?

Thanks,

SC
Jun 12, 2013
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Barbara B: Hi Stephanie, I do not have a definitive answer, but I always have the same concern. Please read below what I've found.... Now it's up to you to make a choice. Personally.... I've ended up using a refurbished La Pavoni lever espresso machine more often than not - no plastic!

"Except for the modern stainless steel coffee pots, there are two different kinds of traditional ibriks. The copper tin lined Turkish coffee ibriks and the brass tin lined ibriks. Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages. There are people swearing that copper is better and other people swearing that brass ibriks are much better!!! Tin lining is used for each type, for health purposes. This special lining makes the coffee pots safe for your health. Brass ibrik pots are considered even safer than copper ibrik pots."
Jun 13, 2013
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Brandon B: Hi Stephanie. I think that as long as you use plastic or wooden utensils to stir the coffee and use a low heat setting then you will have nothing to worry about. If you don't want the tin you can find long handled stainless steel frothing pitchers that will work the same for making turkish coffee. I hope this helps. Jun 14, 2013
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Norman E: It's copper looking on the outside, some kind of silver coating on the inside. I don't know if will leach chemicals or not. I have the medium size "according to SCG" and it makes 1 5oz cup after coffee and sugar added, I would say the small is a total waste of time, the large may make 2 very small cups. Jun 13, 2013
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Kyle T: I've had this pot for six months now and it has worked perfectly. There is no transfer of chemicals into the coffee at all. We use our on the stove, and although I expect to eventually see some external discoloration I haven't had any yet. Still looks brand new. Can't recommend this product highly enough. Jun 13, 2013
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Richard C: The tin lining prevents interaction between coffee and copper. Tinning is an effective method, and one which has been used for centuries to make copper safe for preparing otherwise reactive food stuffs. Jun 14, 2013
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Seth M: I've used this pot a number of times. So far as I can tell (and of course this can't be definitive) after repeated uses the integrity of the pot and it's finish are unchanged. Jun 13, 2013
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Rhonda J: It's no different than using the copper pans lined with tin that we cook with - Jun 13, 2013
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Yasser T asked: It's been working well for coffee as well as for boiling water fast. I left it on the flat hotplate with the heat on high and forgot it for an hour while the water evaporated. Afterwards it was blackened on the inside and when I put it under the water black flakes flew off. Needless to say it doesn't look good anymore but I am more concerned about safety from the toxicity of copper. Did anything happen to the tin or brass lining that protects from copper poisoning? Feb 13, 2014
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Barbara B: The reason one is not supposed to use metal on the inside of these is to protect the tin lining. Considering what has happened to the lining of yours and the fact that it is flaking, I'm sorry to say that if it was my choice I would throw it out and replace it with a new one. Best not to leave anything on high and walk away! Feb 14, 2014
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Caring for the Copper Turkish Coffee Pots

  • For the exterior use a non-abrasive pad or sponge is the best.
  • For the interior, the tin is a soft metal and should be cleaned with a dishcloth or sponge only. Never use abrasive cleaning materials like scouring pads or metal scrapers on your coffee pot. Rinse thoroughly after washing and dry to avoid spotting. It is best to rinse it right after use so that residual coffee grinds don’t dry and harden.

Does 1 Coffee Gear's oz equal to 1 US oz?

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Here is citation from Seattle Coffee Gear Web site that "explains" available sizes of coffee pots:

A Note About Coffee's Cups
Let us break it down for you: Although 8 ounces equals a cup in the baking world, a US cup of coffee is measured at 6 ounces and a European cup of coffee is measured at 4.25 ounces. This is why we sometimes list ounces to paint a more accurate picture of capacity.

I bought a coffee pot advertised as 8 oz. pot, NOT 1 US cup pot. The pot I received is actually 6 oz. (US) pot.

If 8 oz. (Coffee Gear) = 6 oz. (US), I guess I should buy 10 oz. (Coffee Gear) pot in order to get 8 oz. (US) as I expected.

Well, I will drink less coffee at one time. This probably will be good for my health.

Besides that, product quality and price are reasonable.

(Posted on 12/22/13)

Simple Awesome!!!

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I have got this one two weeks back and coffee taste awesome using this turkish Pot.

(Posted on 11/7/13)

Great fun

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Love it. It's great fun to make coffee this way.

(Posted on 12/31/12)

Great!

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This a great product at a great price.

(Posted on 10/19/12)

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