In this article, we will introduce Yazdian coffee. Join us to get acquainted with this tasty and hearty product.
Yazdian coffee dates back to ancient times based on oral documents and historical sources.
Some sources attribute its history to the period before tea arrived in Iran; While according to some other sources, the preparation and brewing of this particular type of coffee in Yazd dates back to the Qajar period.
After the discovery of coffee in Ethiopia, the drink made its way to Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Iran and other neighbors.The method of making coffee in the Arab country was that the Arabs roasted the coffee beans with various spices such as ginger, cinnamon and cardamom and drank it bitterly without adding sugar.
Coffee was imported to Iran and the city of Yazd in exactly the same way, and it was after that the people of Yazd, by making changes and adding candy and cardamom, turned it into a local drink according to their taste. For this reason, the Yazidis boiled roasted coffee for a long time with rose, saffron and cardamom, and finally, due to the lack of a special mill for coffee beans in the past, the drink was passed through a strainer and then served.
For this reason, the Yazidis boiled roasted coffee for a long time with rose, rock candy and cardamom, and finally, due to the lack of a special mill for coffee beans in the past, the drink was passed through a strainer and then served. Residents of the Central Plateau of Iran served this special type of coffee at the funeral to honor their lost. The Yazdian also kept this tradition alive, which is why today we all know Yazidi coffee as a nationally registered work.