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Turkish Tea - by Katharine Branning

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Uploaded on Dec 15, 2011

Katharine Branning on Turkish Tea and Turkish People
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TURKISH TEA COULDN'T HAVE BEEN BETTER DESCRIBED THAN THIS

The presentation of the book, "Yes, I Would Love Another Glass of Tea," by the American short story writer Katharine Branning, will change your mind about Turkish tea. Branning, who likened Turkey and the Turkish character to a glass of tea, said that Turkey and Turkish people had a wrong reputation in the US, and that she wrote this book to correct this impression. The book titled, "Yes, I Would Love Another Glass of Tea," which informs about Turkish tea and the Turkish tea brewing culture, has been translated into Turkish with the title, "Evet Bir Bardak Daha Çay Istiyorum". Branning's likening Turkey to tea, has created a large interest in the international media. As a fan of Turkey, Branning says that tea drinking in Turkey, "just as the Turkish people," is less complicated than the five o'clock tea in England or the carefully prepared tea offerings in Japan. Branning explains that the special sound of the teaspoon while stirring the tea to melt the sugar cannot be heard anywhere else in the world," and adds that these sounds, heard in homes or at workplaces, create the country's most harmonic melody.
http://www.goturkey.com/contentnews.p...

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