Types of coffee around the world



Wed, 07 Jun 2017 - 09:41 GMT


Wed, 07 Jun 2017 - 09:41 GMT

Coffee - Creative Commons via Pixabay

Coffee - Creative Commons via Pixabay

CAIRO - 7 June, 2017: Coffee is not just a beverage; it is a way of life for those who enjoy coffee in all shapes, sizes, looks, and flavors. But have you ever wondered how so many types of your favorite drinks are available? It is time for you to take a tour through some types of coffee around the world and how they are served according to cntraveller.com website:

Australian "Flat White" coffee:
Many of coffee lovers are not aware that Australia is the original homeland for this type. It was created at the late eighties to be different from the traditional coffee. It is made by pouring the milk foam over a cup of "espresso." It contains a bigger volume of coffee than milk.

The Italian "Espresso Romano" coffee:
You are familiar with this type of coffee if you have been to Rome. Espresso Romano is famous for the citric type of coffee. Slices of Lemonades are served within your cup of coffee to add a unique exciting taste.

The filtered Indian coffee "Cappi":
Usually served in stainless steel cups and made by mixing boiled milk with coffee, and filtered by the Indian filter afterwards.

The French "Café au Lait":
Café au Lait literally means ‘coffee with milk.’ It is a French press coffee preparation with equal amounts of coffee brew and scalded milk (heated to 82° C to kill off bacteria and remove many proteins) and served with fresh pastries.

The Spanish "Bombon" coffee:
A café bombón, however uses espresso served with sweetened condensed milk in a 1:1 ratio. For café bombón, the condensed milk is added to the espresso. For visual effect, a glass is used, and the condensed milk is added slowly to sink underneath the coffee and create two separate bands of contrasting colors, though these layers are customarily stirred together before consumption.

The Mexican coffee "Café de Olla":
This is the most common type of coffee in Mexico. It is mixed with cinnamon, sugar cane, and smells like molasses.

The Turkish Coffee:
Grains of powder coffee mixed with sugar, and spices to be boiled then poured in small cups as the Turkish like their coffee light and sweet.

The Arabian coffee:
Coffee has a special rank in the hearts of Arabs. The adorable Arabian coffee is a mixture of raw coffee, water, saffron, and cardamom.



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