Turkish tea is deeply anchored in Turkish culture. Offering tea to guests is an intrinsic part of Turkish hospitality. It is also a symbol of the country's identity. The meticulous preparation and serving of tea demonstrates a high level of care and attention to detail. The traditional method of preparing Turkish tea involves the use of a double teapot called "çaydanlık", where the strong tea concentrate is diluted with hot water according to individual preference. The process is often seen as an art form, and there is a sense of pride in making a delicious cup of tea.

Turkish bergamot tea | Mild flavour | 500g

A blend of aromatic black tea with a light hint of bergamot.

Turkish bergamot tea | Mild flavour | 1 kg

A well-balanced, savory blend of Turkish black tea and bergamot.

Traditional Turkish tea | Premium | 500g

Traditional Turkish tea made from black tea leaves, a strong, powerful tea.

Traditional Turkish tea | Premium | 1 kg

Traditional Turkish tea made from black tea leaves, an intense, powerful black tea.

Traditional Turkish tea glass white & red | Set of 2

Authentic Turkish tea glass set. White porcelain saucers decorated with red stripes and intricate traditional golden motifs.

Traditional Turkish tea glass white & blue | Set of 2

Authentic Turkish tea glass set. White porcelain saucers decorated with red stripes and intricate traditional golden motifs.

Turkish tea is usually served with sugar. The amount of sugar may vary according to personal preferences. There are certain times of the day when Turkish tea is more popular, such as breakfast or late afternoon. Turkish tea is not just about the beverage itself, but about the shared experiences, hospitality and cultural rituals that surround it. In Turkey, tea is a cultural bond that brings people together, reflects tradition and creates a sense of national identity and belonging.