Turkish Coffee Leaves 3rd Generation Coffees Behind

turkish coffee has left behind the next generation coffees
turkish coffee has left behind the next generation coffees

As it has changed many consumer habits that have changed in the pandemic, it also affects coffee consumption. Coffee is becoming an integral part of our lives day by day. The GirlsSoriyor.com survey, which takes the pulse of coffee lovers special for the upcoming World Coffee Day, points out that Turkish coffee is always a favorite.

Like many habits of consumers during the pandemic, coffee consumption is changing. Coffee is becoming an integral part of our lives every day. Surveys conducted in Turkey, which is generally known as a tea consumer, indicate that the interest in Turkish coffee has intensified. As the World Coffee Day approaches, KızlarSoruygu.com is taking the pulse of coffee lovers in Turkey.

3 out of 2 people choose Turkish coffee

As International Coffee Day approaches, a written statement about the survey data announced by KızlarSoriyor.com, which states that they keep their finger on the pulse of coffee habits that have become an integral part of our daily lives, said: he chooses.

Turkish coffee is always a favourite!

“Let's have a coffee!” What comes to mind when you think of it, Turkish coffee or new generation coffee varieties? According to the GirlsSoriyor.com survey, which asked the participants the question, "Turkish Coffee is always my favourite," with 553% of the votes of 462 women and 64 men who participated in the survey. gives the answer. The results do not change in the distribution of men and women in the survey. 61% of women and 67% of men cite Turkish coffee as their favourite. The rate of those who prefer third generation coffee remains at 36%.

Ranked 1st in Turkish coffee in demographic analysis

Examining coffee preferences within the scope of age groups, KizlarSoruygu.com reveals the following picture: 18% of the youth between the ages of 24-62 and 25% of those aged 34-70 use the game in favor of Turkish coffee. It is seen that the pandemic does not affect those between the ages of 35-44, and the participants prefer Turkish coffee with 80% as before.

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