Whenever you visit any respectful Arab family, friend, or even in a casual meeting, you will be attacked with a cup of Turkish coffee. For Arab women you will find it in any time-wasting chatting session. Honestly I can’t stand the taste of it, im more of a Nescafe type of person. Do you guys like it?But I’ve also noticed that now people are becoming more healthier and they sometimes ask if you if you want green or white tea which is pretty awesome. Its good that they introduced it as a beverage now
I can’t wait; Kuwait is going to be the next destination for an ice structure. After the successful launch of the Magic Ice Museum in Turkey, Kuwait got inspired to do the same but instead of a museum they want to do it inside a hotel.
In an interview with the Hurriyet daily newspaper they have said “We would like to simulate a regular hotel room with a bed, tables and chairs,” Olsen said. “No hotel may become rich because it has an ice room. Still, it might gain prestige.”
The existing turkish Ice Museum is located in the Forum Istanbul shopping mall, and has had 500,000 visitors since its launch in April 2010. The Viking-themed facility uses 370,000 tonnes of ice and requires 1,000 ‘ice glasses’ daily for its accompanying bar.