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  • For many people, the morning ritual can't be completed without a cup of coffee.

  • Sometimes maybe even two.

  • The pick-me-up drink is enjoyed around the globe by many cultures in tons of ways.

  • Let's take a look at how people enjoy their coffee in different parts of the world.

  • Vietnamese egg coffee was invented in 1946, during a wartime milk shortage.

  • Egg yolk and sweetened, condensed milk are whipped together to give the coffee a thick and creamy consistency.

  • Australians love their flat white, which is similar to a latte, but smaller.

  • Microfoam or steamed milk is poured over a shot of espresso.

  • Kaapi, or South Indian filter coffee, is made by mixing hot coffee with frothed milk and boiled milk.

  • It's served in a dabarah and tumbler.

  • The drink is poured back and forth between the two devices to thoroughly mix the ingredients and cool it down.

  • Ethiopia is considered the birthplace of the coffee plant.

  • Households often host coffee ceremonies three times per day.

  • The ceremony involves making coffee from raw beans, which are roasted in a pan.

  • After the beans are ground, they're brewed in a pot, called a jebena.

  • Once it's finished, the host pours the coffee from the jebena into small, handleless ceramic cups.

  • In the Middle East, Qahwah, or Arabic coffee, can include spices like cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, and saffron.

  • Arabic coffee is sometimes prepared and served in a traditional coffee pot called a dallah.

  • Traditional Turkish coffee is brewed in a pan filled with hot sand.

  • The water and ground coffee beans are put in a coffee pot, called a cezve, in the sand until it begins to boil and foam at the top.

  • The heat can be adjusted by putting the coffee deeper in the sand.

  • The Greek frappé is said to have been invented by mistake, by a Nescafé representative who mixed cold water with instant coffee in a shaker after they couldn't find any hot water.

  • The drink is made up of ice, instant coffee, water, and sugar.

  • The popular drink is served in almost all cafés in Greece today.

  • Espresso, originated in Italy, is a classic choice for anytime of the day.

  • The coffee is brewed by using pressure to force a small amount of boiling water through finely ground coffee beans.

  • Italy introduced the first steam-pressure coffee machine, which we now know as the espresso machine.

  • When in Sweden or Finland, try kaffeost, or coffee cheese.

  • Hot coffee is poured over Finnish cheese curds called leipäjuusto.

  • The cheese curds soak up the coffee like bread.

  • Irish coffee is said to have been invented in the winter of 1943 to warm up guests in the airport restaurant near Limerick.

  • The cocktail is hot coffee, Irish whiskey, and sugar, topped with cream.

  • Café bombón is a staple espresso drink in Spain.

  • The coffee is best served in a glass cup,

  • Which allows you to see the layers of condensed milk, espresso, and crema.

  • Café Cubano is served at all hours of the day in Cuba.

  • The small, strong drink has espresso and demerara sugar, whipped with the first few drops of espresso to create a creamy foam.

  • Café de olla is a traditional Mexican specialty coffee made with ground coffee, cinnamon, and piloncillo, or unrefined cane sugar.

  • Café de olla is typically served in a clay mug, which is said to enhance the flavor.

  • Cafezinho is a popular coffee drink in Brazil.

  • Traditionally it's a small cup of filtered coffee served with a lot of sugar.

For many people, the morning ritual can't be completed without a cup of coffee.

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    Lian posted on 2019/09/13
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