First Pasha coffee
Coffee appeared in the culture of the Middle East peoples, but certainly, it was the drink that was discovered first in Yemen. After then coffee arrived in the whole world by the Ottoman civilization after that it became known as a Turkish coffee.
Olive coffee is extracted from the natural olive fruits after they have been dried, then the dried fruits are ground and converted into olive coffee powder.
Not to be affected at high temperatures, the olive coffee powder is processed at low temperatures in order to preserve the nutritional value of the olive powder and keep its antioxidant properties.
Olive coffee powder is rich in vitamins, minerals, fibers, and phenolic substances that have a natural stimulant and protective effect on the body’s immune system. It is the natural chemical that helps to reduce oxidative stress of the body.
We have got the unusual drink by mixing the olive coffee powder with the natural coffee made from fine Yemeni and Brazilian coffee with scientific proportions studied by our coffee experts with high accuracy. The aim of this current innovation is to offer a new drink of the coffee kind which is perfectly natural and healthy.
Thus, we have maintained the privacy of the coffee taste with the unique and distinct flavor that satisfies coffee connoisseurs and experts in order to give the same taste and more.
Our company showed the Ottoman-Turkish cultural heritage that was unique and distinguished in the art of serving coffee to the world as a desirable drink by mixing the quality of the natural coffee sort with its long history to give the exceptional privacy of our coffee.
As an incomparable drink, UNESCO included Turkish coffee in the list of “the intangible cultural heritage of humanity” in 2013.
Noreen International Group gained the patent registry which has registered with the Turkish government with the number PP RG: 2019 – 16654.
It has also obtained international quality certification (ISO 9001) – (ISO 22000).
In addition to the Turkish Ministry of Agriculture and Food Certification and Halal Certification.
Benefits of First Pasha Coffee:
Reduces the effects of Alzheimer’s disease.
- Reduces the effects of Alzheimer’s disease.
- It reduces the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, obesity, and osteoporosis.
- Helps reduce blood pressure
- Fight infections
- Reducing the growth of unwanted microorganisms,
- Fights the bacteria responsible for inflammation of the airway and stomach.
Research on the benefit of olive leaf
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