Which country is famous for its coffee?

Reaching the chance to taste different types of coffee beans in different countries means another excuse to travel.

Although globalization and coffee are in the process of becoming same, yet still different, it is still possible to catch different tastes. 8 coffee flavors from 8 different countries:


Of course, the top of the list is espresso and capuccino, famous for its coffees such as Italy. When you walk in the streets in the morning, it is possible to coincide with the smells of espresso. The Italians usually have a habit of drinking their coffee in the areas they call the coffee bar in a snap. ‘‘Get your coffee, banco.’’ The espresso is a sip of coffee and caffeine. Espresso is my favorite coffee in Italy and the world.


Irish coffee is a famous drink so Irish coffee is at least as much as pubs. It is served from the top down to the bottom with 2 spoons of whipped cream, coffee brown sugar, 1 shot of Irish whiskey. I love this coffee because it is one of the best examples of whiskey and coffee harmony.


Turkish coffee, which is in the heritage of Unesco.  Also, one of my favorite coffees. It is the finest ground coffee in the world, powdered in the world, the sipping of a sip in a long time, We have a forty years of great coffee.


Greece’s favorite coffee, Frappe. The king of cold coffees, Frappe: a super fine summer coffee prepared with 1 part sugar, condensed milk, ice, cold water and 2 instant coffee. Frappe without sugar is a flavor. I can’t get enough to drink in Greece.

I also recommend that you go to Chios and try the Gummy Capuccino. The combination of chewing gum, milk and coffee makes for an exquisite flavor.

Favorite Coffee
Favorite Coffee


Colombia’s coffee preparation Cortado is the gift to the world. It is possible to find this drink prepared in a scale of warm milk with a scale of espresso. It is usually served with glass cups and on top of it.


Americano coffee espresso is the American fast food lifestyle. In other words, espresso is diluted and magnified with water. Generally, 1 scale espresso is served in Americano paper cups prepared with 2 parts water and it becomes more like a fast-coffee. This coffee is my mostly safe harbor. Especially in order to order Americano at low-priced coffee makers, it meets my daily caffeine needs.


The Viennese coffeehouses of the Austrian capital are also included in the UNESCO heritage list. I also like Wiener Melange (some places called coffee melange) from my favorite coffees. A shot of espresso, milk and milk foam is served in the cups (almost like soup bowls) in the fancy and famous cafes of Vienna.


Scandinavian countries rank high in coffee consumption. Especially in a capital city like Oslo, you don’t have to go much for coffee. Espresso Hause is a filter coffee company in Norway, which is famous for its third wave coffee shops, which claims to have bought my favorite kernels from small producers. You can also find bakeries, sandwiches and fruit in the chain. I couldn’t stop by the 3rd wave coffee shop. Unfortunately, the coffee is also quite expensive.


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