An Ethiopian coffee booth was crowded with visitors during a four-day tourism and travel expo at the ATO Congresium in Turkey’s capital.

Turks and international visitors were impressed when they sampled the traditionally brewed Arabica beans.

The venue was filled with booths representing various countries, travel and tour companies and antique merchants during the event, which ran from Nov. 14-17.

“It reminds me of Mirra coffee from Turkey,” said Mustafa Incekoy, one of the Turkish visitors to the expo.

Mirra is a unique type of coffee made with a special brewing method that is typical to the southeast Anatolian provinces

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