Monday, May 20, 2013

An Homage to The Sounds of Istanbul



Şerbet: Dried fruit, tea, herbs, and/or spices in any combination imaginable, concentrated into a syrup, and ideally served over shaved ice from the mountains. Find some great examples like violet, pomegranate mint, or tamarind on Saudi Aramco World

Şerbet takes on a certain magic when it's served to you by a traditional street vendor, but to really understand what I mean, you'll have to watch the following kidlit-friendly clip.


From the clanking glasses of the Şerbetci,
to the gulls crying,
to the backgammon dice rolling across the boards...
Every sound is something a girl (little or big) can enjoy.

My favorite: the purring kitty hills.
Istanbul is full of cats.


 



7 comments:

Jessica Bell said...

Yum ....

Old Kitty said...

Awww the clip is so lovely and I had to see the kitty hills too!! Awwwww!!! What a great drink, yes please!! Take care
x

Southpaw said...

The color is so pretty, but I bet it would stain white so easily.

I like how the drink sparkles in the clip.

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Matthew MacNish said...

Pomegranate Mint sounds absolutely delectable.

Tom Watson said...

Looks interesting, ill be sure to check it out. Cheap property in Istanbul

Matthew MacNish said...

Sounds a bit like sorbet, and sounds delicious too!

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