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The word cezve is of Turkish origin, derived from Arabic: جذوة‎ (jadhwa). It is an immersion brew method, brewed on a similar ratio to capsule coffee. Traditionally, stone milled (ultra-fine ground) coffee is added to cold water, vigorously stirred and rapidly heated on a gas flame or sand heater. The entire content of the cezve is then poured into a cup and served unfiltered.

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