The owner of the Yazdi beverage procession welcomes Husseini mourners with this 400-year-old coffee during the mourning period of Aba Abdullah (AS).
Yazd java brewing has become popular in religious ceremonies, especially during Muharram, since the Safavid era.
Ebrahim Moradi, a Yazdi coffee maker, has been working in this field for many years, told ISNA that he has worked with his father since he was a child.
At first, he became active in various receptions such as distributing roses, watering, and then started working in the sugar teapot, collecting glasses, and collecting tea in Muharram.
He adds: “From the time I was a child, I served in the shrines, from the prayers that my father was in charge of, to the ceremonies that the old coffee-maker of the historical context of the late Haji Agha Reza Fakhr revives.”
This follower of Imam Husayn, who this year, as in previous years, has organized his Yazdi procession for Imam Husayn (AS), says: Yazdi java brewing in religious ceremonies, especially Muharram, has become popular since Safavid times, and in a more valid document is more than 250 years old.
Moradi recalls the java-serving of the elders of the neighborhood and says: I used to drink java in the meetings and participate with my parents to learn how to drink it and serve it, and today I manage to be a coffee-maker in Hosseini ceremonies.
Yazdi java, taste and method of brewing and its difference from other drinks today has led to its national registration, is not only a food but also has a valuable history of about 400 years. In addition, it is a noble drink, especially in mourning ceremonies. It was considered that it has found its way to the ceremonies of Muharram as one of the essential religious ceremonies among the people of Yazd.