Drinking coffee is a ritual integral to Arabic traditions of hospitality. Mr. Khalid Al Mulla, owner of coffee company Eastern Men and Co, has now rendered Dubai home to the largest coffee museum in the Middle East. Located in the Al Fahidi Historical District, Al Mulla’s collection features coffee grinders from the First World War made out of smelted bullets, and ancient brewing pots from Egypt, Yemen and Ethiopia. An 18th century book from Germany contains 177 pages dedicated to the beans. An experience of a cup of rocket fuel brewed via the traditional Japanese siphon method is hospitably provided. Since coffee is such an integral part of Arabic culture, it is essential to celebrate it and preserve it.