Bedouin Typical jug or Dallah For Tea and Coffee


Material : Brass

Type : Jug

Category : Kitchen gadgets



Bedouin Typical jug or Dallah For Tea and Coffee :

a very beautiful product made with brass. This piece of art is made carefully with clever hands of a Tunisian crafter who aims to offer to his customer the orient spiritual magical moments when serving guests. This product is available in red or white silver white.

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is a traditional Arabic coffee pot used for centuries to brew and serve Qahwa (gahwa), an Arabic coffee or Gulf coffee made through a multi-step ritual, and Khaleeji, a spicy, bitter coffee traditionally served during feasts like Eid al-Fitr.

Bedouin Typical jug or Dallah For Tea and Coffee. It is commonly used in the coffee tradition of the Arabian peninsula and of the Bedouins. Old Bedouins used the ritual of coffee preparation, serving and drinking as a sign of hospitality, generosity and wealth. In much of the Middle East, it is still connected to socializing with friends, family and business partners. so it is typically present in the main rites of passage, such as births, marriages and some business meetings.

Dallah has a distinctive form, featuring a bulbous body that tapers to a “waistline” in the middle and flares out at the top. covered by a spire-shaped lid topped with a tall finial and held by a sinuous handle. The most distinctive feature is a long spout with a crescent-shaped beak. This beak may be covered with a metal flap to keep the coffee warmer, but traditionally it is open to view the coffee as it is poured out.

A jug can be made of brass, steel, silver and even 24K gold for special occasions or use by royalty. The dallah plays such an important role in the identity of Arabian Gulf countries that it is featured in public artworks and on monetary coins. It is also depicted in the watermark form as a security feature on several Saudi Arabian monetary banknotes.