Turkey: Mediterranean & Aegean Food Recap & Turkish Drinks

Exploring the coastal Mediterranean and Aegean Turkey brings a scenery change in the cuisine – a lot of fish, shellfish, and seafood dominate the table, accompanied with freshest vegetables, and paired with great wines. Classic meat dishes are still here, as are awesome deserts. And of course, one can’t visit the country without experiencing the full gamut of Turkish drinks – Turkish coffee (thicker then mud), Turkish tea (stronger then coffee), Turkish ayran (to digest all the endless kebabs), raki (to make exploration more fun), and Cappadocian and Aegean wine (to enjoy those sunsets), and pomegranate juice (Turks claim it protects against coronavirus).