Arabic coffee, a symbol of generositySaudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Qatar
Representative List 2015
EN: An Emarati woman wearing the traditional burqa (face mask) roasting Arabic coffee beans using Al-Mehmas and Al-Migla (a copper stir and a pan, tools for roasting Arabic coffee) while participating in an Arabic coffee making competition.
EN: An Emarati Woman wearing henna grinds the Arabic coffee using Al-Minhaz (Grinder)
EN: Preparing Arabic coffee in the house (Saudi Arabia)
EN: Serving coffee in a Majlis in Saudi Arabia
EN: (Dallah) Coffee pot is a symbol of generosity in the Gulf. A monument decorating one of the roundabouts of Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates.
EN: An Omani elderly man teaching a child how to make Arabic coffee in Al-Hadheera (an enclosure where people of the old days used to make coffee, specially the Bedouin)
EN: Al-mugahwi serving Arabic coffee wearing traditional costume (Qatar)
EN: Omani women enjoying coffee in a tent
EN: Free, prior and informed consent to the nomination of the element from the community members (Oman)
EN: A host of a Bedouin tribe serving his guest with coffee (Qatar)