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The Bedouin Coffee Tradition

Bedouin coffee

Bedouin coffee

The Bedouin Coffee Tradition
« on: 03. Nov 2005 at 21:51 »   Qahwah Saadah (ah’whey sa’adaH)

Serving coffee to visitors is an age old custom derived from Bedouin hospitality traditions and an important part of Saudi Arabian generosity. The ritual of coffee serving is called gawha and is bound by rules of etiquette. 

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The good, the bad and the bland. Coffee buyers divide the world's coffee production into three very broad categories:

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