Arabic Culture and Society



The Arabic coffee is a one way of showing hospitality to guests and even strangers in the Arab World. It is more than just a drink to be offered to the guests. It is valuable to the host and so, it is offered to show goodwill and warm reception from the host to his guests. Preparing it takes considerable time and that is another sign of how important the guest is to the host and how he is pleased to welcome and have that guest home. It is not sweet and so it is usually offered with dates to sweeten it because no sugar should be added to it. Arabs puts it in a special pot called (Dal'lah)and drink it in small cups called Finjal and Fanajeel (plural). 

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