Qahwa glass coffee cups with mosaic tile design

3 Unique Father's Day Gifts that Dad will Love - Part 3

Posted by Mariya Collins on

Father's Day Gift Idea #3

Tasteful, Tea & Coffee Cups with a Middle Eastern Flair

Whether Dad is a tea or coffee drinker, it's likely that he already has one too many ceramic mugs.  This Father's Day is the perfect opportunity to elevate Dad's coffee-drinking experience and make the switch from ceramic mugs to elegant glassware. Our Qahwa Coffee Cups, with their timeless design, inspired by ancient civilizations of the Mid-East, make the perfect gift for Dad this Father's Day. 

Origin of the Qahwa Cup

The Qahwa cup has a rich history in the Arabian Peninsula and is deeply engrained in the cultural traditions of the region.  In the hearts and minds of the Arabian people, these cups symbolize warmth, hospitality, and togetherness.  The detailed, intricate designs on these cups beautifully reflect the architecture, symbols, and language of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Yemen, and the United Arab Emirates, where the Qahwa cup has deep roots.

It's Purposeful Design

Qahwa cups are uniquely designed to hold only a few sips of coffee.  Serving guests is an important part of local hospitality rituals, and refilling the cups provides the perfect opportunity to both honor one's guests and celebrate this timeless tradition.

We can't think of a better way to treat Dad this Father's Day than by giving the gift of family, community, and togetherness, wrapped into a tiny package and a time-honored tradition.

Purchase the Spiral Mosaic Qahwa Coffee Cups

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