Dubai coffee museum is one such place that you should definitely visit if you are an ardent lover of coffee. Just like tea, coffee holds a lot of significance in the Middle East. Therefore, if you find a museum dedicated to coffee in the Middle East, you shouldn’t be that surprised.
Dubai’s unique coffee museum is in one of its heritage hubs, in Bur Dubai. This marks the country’s long-lasting tryst with coffee. The said museum will transcend you to an aromatic journey around the world. If you are one of those who yearn for a strong dose of caffeine every now and then to meet your deadline, you would definitely like to hop into this museum. Not just that, it’ll also help you to dig into the history of your beloved coffee. The coffee museum will first introduce you to its different stops, where one can find amazing things to take back home, such as personal hand grinders, and coffee mugs from many other countries.
The real experience begins once enter the museum. You will be greeted by a lady in the attire of a traditional Egyptian outfit serving popcorn and coffee to visitors. There are two sections in the museum, i.e., ground and first floor. When you are in the ground floor, you will find a room full of western antiques. There is also a corner that is dedicated for displaying different sort of coffee. In case you are eager enough to more about the origin and history of coffee, head toward the Egyptian corner. You’ll get to know all about coffee since the days of Ottoman Empire. To top it off, you will get to know about this drink in the literature room, where you will find books that says about this beverage from the 18th century till the current day.
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