Gizem Salcigil White, Founder & CEO, firstname.lastname@example.org, 202-492-4429
Enjoy Turkish Coffee, buy one get one free, on National Coffee Day
Washington, DC (September 24, 2018) - Turkish Coffee Lady café is celebrating National Coffee Day with a coffee combo special on September 29th.
Located in Tysons Corner Center, the authentic coffee shop has a special deal for adventurous coffee lovers: Turkish Coffee Lady will be offering customers a free cup of Turkish coffee with one coffee purchase of equal or greater value on September 29th. Complimentary gourmet Turkish Delights will also be served with coffee.
“Turkish coffee culture is considered as an ancient art from grinding to roasting. It has symbolized love, peace and hospitality for 500 years and is recognized by UNESCO’s World Heritage list as a cultural inheritance that should be protected. I am thrilled to share Turkey’s unique culinary presentations with our customers to celebrate the National Coffee Day,” said Gizem Salcigil White, also known as the Turkish Coffee Lady.
Turkish Coffee Lady, an authentic gourmet coffee shop business, was founded by a Turkish American mother entrepreneur who traveled the world with a coffee truck since 2012. Creating an authentic gathering space for coffee lovers, Turkish Coffee Lady provides unique tastes, cultural delights, and vintage goods from Istanbul, Turkey where coffee house culture has flourished since 1554.
“Turkish coffee is the world’s first coffee brewing method invented by Turks in the 16th century. Our café is a new take on the gourmet coffee experience combined with a timeless journey to Istanbul where East meets West. Our menu also includes traditional Turkish tea, Turkish delights, gourmet baklava, mouth-watering salty and sweet treats, and chocolate assortments.” said White.
The world’s first automatic Turkish coffee maker, Arzum Okka, will also be introduced to the visitors on National Coffee Day at the café.
Meet the Turkish Coffee Lady
A Virginia resident since 2008, she started the award-winning Turkish Coffee Truck project in 2012 to share her passion for her heritage and build friendships between societies. Through her cultural diplomacy initiative, White and a group of dedicated volunteers traveled across America, Turkey, Netherlands, Belgium, France, and Canada over the past five years. Her work has been featured on The Washington Post and honored by the U.S. Congress.
Turkish Coffee Lady is a woman-owned start-up business. To learn more about Turkish Coffee Lady, please contact Ms. Gizem Salcigil White at 202-492-4429 or email@example.com
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