Arabian coffee


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Noun1.Arabian coffee - shrubby tree of northeastern tropical Africa widely cultivated in tropical or near tropical regions for its seed which form most of the commercial coffeeArabian coffee - shrubby tree of northeastern tropical Africa widely cultivated in tropical or near tropical regions for its seed which form most of the commercial coffee
coffee tree, coffee - any of several small trees and shrubs native to the tropical Old World yielding coffee beans
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A number of other traditionally Emirati practices and items also feature on the Unesco list of intangible cultural heritage, including majlis gatherings, the Arabian coffee known as gahwa, performances of Al Razfa and Al Ayala, falconry, and the chanting of Bedouin poetry known Al Taghrooda.
And keeping with the change, the trophy has also undergone a transformation with it drawing inspiration from the iconic Dallah - the Arabian Coffee Pot trophy, that has come to symbolise the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, the men's event.
The Kuwaiti pavilion attracted many visitors, as it includes distinguished traditional costumes, foodstuffs, Arabian coffee and souvenirs.
Amid growing demand for specialty coffee in GCC, Delicieux will soon be introducing its Yemeni and Saudi Arabian coffee starting from next month.
One of the participants was Dana al Tamimi whose business name is ND Choco Color, producing miniball pancakes with chocolate or cheese, Arabian coffee, among other items.
Honeycomb Dessert (Khaliat Nahal) Honeycomb dessert is a very popular Iftar dish in Oman, which can be served sweet or salty with a cup of Arabian coffee.
The adorable Arabian coffee is a mixture of raw coffee, water, saffron, and cardamom.
The perfectly brewed Arabian coffee or tea at Heyla cannot be missed.
The most moving items in the shop have been Arabian ice cream, Arabian coffee and juices.
The Sultanate succeeded in listing 7 cultural intangible elements on the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage List namely Bara'a Art, Ayala Art, Taghrud Art, Razfa Art, Arabian Coffee and Al Majalis.
Arabian coffee is the symbol of the famous Arabian hospitality (Al-Aali, 1996).
MOORISH Middle-Eastern cuisine including falafel wraps, sambusak (meat-filled pastry), pirashki (Persian beef and potato cakes), hummous, Moroccan salads and traditional Arabian coffee.