Turkish coffee is a method of coffee preparation that originated in Middle Eastern and European countries, including Turkey, Iran, and Greece. It’s made by combining finely ground coffee beans with water (and often sugar) and bringing the liquid to a frothy foaming stage, just below boiling. Turkish coffee is a method of preparation that results in a highly caffeinated, unfiltered coffee beverage. It’s often sweetened with sugar, and cardamom may be added as well.
- Turkish coffee provides a highly concentrated dose of caffeine that may be particularly beneficial to athletes.
- Consuming caffeinated coffee may protect your brain against certain neurological conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease.
- Several studies show that caffeine can increase fat burning and boost your metabolic rate.
- Caffeine can increase adrenaline levels and release fatty acids from your fat tissues. It also leads to significant improvements in physical performance.