A cezve (Turkish: cezve, [dʒezˈve]; Arabic: جَِذوة, also ibriki/briki; Greek: μπρίκι briki) is a small long-handled pot with a pouring lip designed specifically to make Turkish coffee. It is traditionally made of brass or copper, occasionally also silver or gold. In more recent times cezveler are also made from stainless steel, aluminium, or ceramics.
The name cezve is of Turkish origin, where it is a borrowing from Arabic: جَِذوة (jadhwa or jidhwa, meaning ember).
The cezve is known as an ibrik, a Turkish word from Arabic إبريق (ʿibrīq), from Aramaic ܐܖܪܝܩܐ (ʾaḇrēqā), from early Modern Persian *ābrēž (cf. Modern Persian "ābrēz"), from Middle Persian *āb-rēǰ, ultimately from Old Persian *āp- 'water' + *raiča- 'pour' (cf. Modern Persian & Middle Persian ریختن[rêxtan]).
In Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czechia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia, the cezve is a long-necked coffee pot. In Turkish an ibrik is not a coffee-pot, but simply a pitcher or ewer.