One of my favorite things to do is have "Kahve" (also referred to as Turkish Coffee, Armenian Coffee, Assyrian Coffee, Israeli Coffee, Mud Coffee, or Cowboy Coffee) with my friends and family. Drinking Kahve is more than just having a cup of amazing koffee. It's about spending time with your loved ones and sharing and creating new memories. There is also fantasy that plays a big role with the Kahve experience. In the past, koffee grain remains were translated into Fahla's (fortunes). As a child, I remember my mom having "Kahve parties". Her and her girlfriends would sit around the table drinking chai and having Kahve. The table would be filled with different types of cakes, sweets, seeds, fruit and nuts piled high on silver and gold platters. When the ladies would finish drinking their Kahve cups, they would flip the cup over on the saucer and wait for the koffee grains to dry. Then one lady would pick up someone’s cup and begin telling her fahla (fortune). It was all so magical. This tradition of fahla telling has now become part of the Kahve experience and I want to share this with koffee aficionados everywhere.