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Boza is a traditional Ottoman sweet drink made by mixture grains. You should taste it since you come Istanbul.
Boza. It is one of the oldest known Turkish drink. Made of wheet, vinegar and sugar. This place is by far the best and oldest place where they make and serve it. If you go there take a look of the marble door saddle how it is weared off by the years.
Boza is one of the traditional drinks of Turkish cousine, it's a healthy, fermanted thick drink. In the past there were many boza shops and boza sellers, now this place is the only place left. You can also see the cup that Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (founder of modern the Turkey)drunk boza back in…
Hadji Sadık Bey (our grandfather) came from Prizren, Albania to Istanbul in 1870. During those years, he saw that around 200 shopkeepers of the townspeople produced and sold boza as a dark-coloured, sour-tasted, juicy-thick beverage. He experimented with a different technique in that period; and…