How can you smoke a hookah without sipping on Turkish coffee?
Hookah originated in India but it's popularity spread from the coffee houses of Istanbul. In most parts of the world, it is unthinkable to smoke a hookah without sipping on a foamy delicious Turkish coffee. Yet, in the U.S., this tradition does not seem to exist. Why is that? They are perfect compliments to each other because both traditions reinforce socializing and relaxing. It seems to me that smoking a hookah, without Turkish coffee, is experiencing only half of the pleasure (or "keyif" as is called in the Middle East). What do you think?