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What style of COFFEE do you refer?
Unleashing the diverse coffees of the world
- Try coffee with spices-spice everywhere: cardamom, black pepper, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg – Morocco style
- Make your cup of Joe with rum, coffee, whipped cream, chocolate sprinkles – German-style
- Coffee cocktail – Whisky, coffee, cream, sugar – blend into one unique combo
Either it’s in the midst of work or the midst of the book, want a mind-mood-booster? Then fill up your mug with hot coffee–gain 3X times faster energy than any drink. What’s the best choice other than emptying the cup of Joe, but, how do you clear your cup? What style of drinking coffee do you prefer?
The most cherished method of consuming coffee is adding a tablespoon full of coffee in a mug of hot milk with extra sugar, Yum, right! Is this how you devour a cup of coffee? Well, it’s the standard method of sipping coffee for any normal man, but, did you ever thought to give a try of drinking coffee with wine or rum or cheese? Wanna squeeze cinnamon from simmered cinnamon coffee? What’s say on a mixture of strong coffee with strong tea?
Doesn’t it sound unappealing method of consuming cups of coffee? Well, it seems weird to you, but most of the people around the globe have vivid patterns and styles to enjoy their cup of joe.
Hold your breath guys, because it’s super unnatural to you if you are not a coffee lover, but if you have a deep heart towards coffee, then this post will mesmerize you.
1. Türk Kahvesi (Turkey):
The rich aroma of coffee beans drives us crazy for sure, but have you ever thought to consume the ground coffee beans directly? Ah! I know it’s like super bitter, and you are going to drink caffeine undeviatingly, but Turkish people love this way.
Coffee serves in an earthen pitcher with unfiltered version, so you are savouring the coffee deep from the core of the coffee bean. Turkish people simmer the coffee in a specific bowl named cezve – made up of copper or brass pot.
2. Kaffeost (Finland):
Finland is the land of coffee, if people run behind work and papers, Finland folks run behind having the aromatic coffee in all possible flavours, and Kaffeost is one among them.
Extreme hot coffee will pour on juustoleipä (cheese curds) which melts in coffee and gives a blend of unusual taste to the cup of Joe.
3. Yuanyang (Malaysia):
Coffee should blend with coffee only not with the TEA okay. Well, how about three parts of Coffee and seven parts of Tea in your eager mug? Coffee + Tea, is it tastes great? I don’t know that, but Malays love this unique combo pack.
Yuanyang is prepared with three parts of Black Coffee while the remaining seven to go ten parts blends with Hong-Kong milk tea, black tea and milk. So if you love to have coffee and tea at a time, then choose Yuanyang unique style.
4. Espresso Romano (Italy):
The real essence of coffee kicks out when it served with lemon slices, yes, Italians serves their hot coffee with lemon slices which are infamously appreciated method of sipping Kaffe entire Romantic Italy.
5. Pharisäer (Germany):
Why always tries a standard blend of coffee, try this new-astonishing-rum-cum-whipped-cream-coffee. Bruh! This is epic, can’t imagine this style.
Yeah, if you like to sip the Kaffee strangely, then try Pharisäer. Pharisäer(Germany) is made of strong coffee, rum, sugar and whipped cream at the top of the cup to maze you. Bonus – chocolate sprinklings on the top of whipped cream. (Isn’t it sounds woah?)
6. Mazagran (Portugal):
Until now, we heard about coffee with lemon slices but wanna try coffee with real lemon soda?
Mazagran is the most served coffee style in Portugal where the rich coffee and lemon juice or lemon soda medley with each other.
To give a unique touch to coffee, Portuguese replaced water with lemon water, funny but a different style.
7. Spiced coffee (Morocco):
Let’s try coffee with spices – spice everywhere – cardamom, black pepper, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. I think Morocco folks admire spice very much, and that’s why sweet-better coffee got a new shape as spiced coffee – one must say it’s gonna so spice.
8. Irish Coffee (Ireland):
Rum, Cinnamon, Tea, Lemon – all made its way with Coffee, then why not with WHISKY?
Irish coffee is a mix of hot coffee, Irish Whisky, sugar and finally cream over the top – done, now sip this wild cocktail coffee.
9. Cà phê đá (Vietnam):
Cà phê đá – isn’t is sounds super cool! I mean real pronunciation of the word. Well, it’s hard to pronounce it, and you might don’t know how to pronounce too – anyway, if you need coffee in Italy then call: “Bring me a cup of Cà phê đá please”. Oh, wait! Don’t call it dude, because you are going to taste a very different shape of coffee.
Yes, it’s gonna real weird. The iced coffee Cà phê đá is made from the ground coffee beans blend where it straightly jumps into the condensed milk with ice over it. Then the whole mixture is served in small quantity – small is enough because it’s too strong in flavour.
10. Buna (Ethiopia):
The homeland of coffee has a unique way of serving, sipping, and even preparing Kaffee. Buna is an extraordinary coffee made from direct green coffee fruits (hey, I am telling it’s coffee fruits, not seeds – so more coffee).
The coffee prepared instantly roasting the green coffee fruits and simmered in the jebena (clay coffee pot) then served in a cup, where you can enjoy every sip from the coffee bean heart.
What else would be delightful rather than drinking the coffee from straight fruits?
You might be wondering that you have missed so many varieties of coffee styles, or you may flabbergast after noticing these many styles in consuming coffee. Some of them might freak while some of them might throw you to the coffee world. Yes, different people follow different customs and COFFEE caught a special place in peoples life.