Coffee, Chocolate and Flowers Market

We specially create and mix our own coffee and Chocolate with passion. chocolate, sweet, and delights with the lovely arrangement of flowers that is fabulously good for a gift. Also, the different kinds and flavor of roasted coffee beans is a great treat.

100% Natural Coffee

It’s not just a natural coffee, it is packed with care, not only to give a great taste but to have a wonderful taste experience that you will enjoy most.

Free Delivery

”Delivery is free of charge” within the vicinity of the Pearl Qatar and for a minimum purchase of 300 QAR free delivery anywhere in Doha.

High-Quality Product

We know exactly what you expect, we are part of it and that is our mission to deliver.

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Arabic Coffee.

Arabic Coffee

Arabic coffee is characterized as aromatic coffee, so many compete to make the best mixture of Arabic coffee to enjoy its wonderful aromatic taste and distinctive flavors that differ from other methods of preparing coffee in the world,

which fill the house with joy and happiness from its beautiful aromatic aromas.

At Al-Arrab we reviewed several ways and several blends of coffee to make the best blend of Arabic coffee.. You can try all of these methods or choose some of these methods to try in order to get the best way to brew the distinctive  Arabian coffee, which we gathered for you from the experiences of professional Coffee maker  in the coffee industry.



Espresso is a type of coffee made by brewing in a special way. It is made by forcing a small amount of nearly boiling water under pressure through finely ground coffee beans. It has a higher concentration of suspended and dissolved solids which makes it thicker and much stronger.

Espresso has more caffeine per unit volume than most other types of coffee, but is served in smaller sizes. Espresso is made with espresso machine of which there are steam-driven machine, piston-driven pump-driven and air-pump-driven.

Turkish Coffee

Turkish Coffee

Turkish coffee was first introduced into Turkey around 1540 or so. History tells us that it was introduced by the Turkish Governor of Yemen – Ozdemir Pasha. He discovered a new beverage in his region, you get three guesses for what it might have been (hint, it was coffee).

Wisely, he made sure to bring it to the attention of the Sultan, Suleiman the Magnificent.

Soon being prepared by coffee professionals known as “Kahveci Usta”. They were employed by many palaces as well as by high ranking officials and wealthy citizens. Perhaps a prelude to modern day baristas.

Many of these professionals also went on to open their own coffee houses serving Turkish coffee and other fine beverages.

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