It’s official - coffee has taken over the world.
With approximately 157 million bags of coffee consumed worldwide in 2017, it’s safe to say it’s a pretty popular drink.
Let’s take a look at how 6 different countries take their coffee.
Coffee is a staple part of the Turkish diet. Turkish coffee contains one of the highest amounts of caffeine per serving size. The beans are preferred slightly roasted and immersed in water for prolonged periods to produce robust coffee with authentic flavor.
Arabic coffee is known as qehwa. It’s brewed with cardamom, cinnamon, and other expensive spices from Southern Asia. The drink is often served with a side of dry fruits, nuts and dates.
Cuban coffee is similar to an espresso, putting in a special kind of sugar to give the strong, otherwise bitter, brew some sweetness. This is the most popular type of coffee in Cuba and is a favorite in some parts of Florida.
This delicious beverage is typically prepared with sugar, whipped cream and Irish whiskey. Irish coffee is more of a sweet dessert experience compared to the slightly bitter flavor of coffees preferred in other countries of the world.
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Coffee in Mexico has a very unique flavor due to being prepared in specialized clay pots. The coffee is brewed with a native type of sugar and cinnamon for sweetness.
The Vietnamese people have one of the most uniquely brewed coffees. The coffee consists of sugar, condensed milk and egg yolks. The coffee is extremely dense and decadent and is sure to fill you up.
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