It sounds great to me as a Spanish speaker, I hear a lot of k and g sounds, even r sound when it comes to the end of the word (it sounds like sh). Also most 2 and 3 sounds are very special to me as they are not available in my native language.
When I hear Turkish spoken, it reminds me of strange Japanese, because even though Turkish sounds a little soft (Azerbaijani sounds soft), I hear a lot of the same letters at once. I also like the head noise switching from letter to letter, because it is the harmony of the head. Overall it sounds very simple but has a complete phonology and I like it, it is one of the most beautiful-sounding languages I have ever had.
Now, as a result, if I do a nonsense thing that I think is Turkish, it's like "Koruzumek actor filler wash".