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firni Dec 23, 2006 10:22 PM

Hi all,

I got hooked on Turkish coffee while at school, thanks to a fellow graduate student. I ordered the coffee online (Mehmet Efendi), but now am in need of a cezve in which to make the coffee. If anyone has any suggestions for where I might buy one in Manhattan (or a store in Brooklyn), I would be really grateful...am going through withdrawal. Thanks!

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    fmu1 Aug 22, 2010 03:26 PM

    A website you can use to order turkish coffee, pots and cups online.
    http://www.turkishgiftstore.com

    1. JungMann Jan 17, 2008 08:58 AM

      They also have ibriks in many of the Indian shops in Murray Hill as well as Kalustyans.

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        iristracy Mar 15, 2007 01:32 PM

        Please visit www.guldencoffee.com. They have an excellent Turkish Coffee and they are selling any kind of toll to make a good Turkish Coffee

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          Maxwell Dec 25, 2006 01:14 AM

          Where online were you able to find coffee from Mehmet Efendi? I see they have a site, but it does not seem to take orders.

          http://www.mehmetefendi.com/

          I miss their shop at perhaps the most fragrant corner in all of Istanbul.

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            firni Dec 28, 2006 05:05 PM

            Hi,

            I ordered it from Ayhan's Marketplace through amazon.com. (Just search for Mehmet Efendi with the search feature). Just be warned that it may overpriced, esp. w/ the shipping and handling...I had no other way of getting it, so I just went ahead anyway.

            Thanks so much for the advice to both! I will be taking a field trip tomorrow!

          2. bobjbkln Dec 24, 2006 05:48 PM

            Lots of Places on Atlantic Ave. in Brooklyn (From Clinton to Court St.) will have them in all sizes. I'm not sure that they have the best selection, but Sahadi's has them along with a huge selection of foods and spices. Excellent prices on good (but usually not great) coffees as well.

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