8 coffee recipes around the world
Coffee is the most consumed drink around the world after water, so it is not surprising to know that each country has its unique coffee recipes. Discover 8 coffees that will make you travel from one end of the world to the other and what characterizes them:
Affogato is a classic Italian coffee that combines espresso and gelato. In Italian, "affogato" means drowned, a reference to the fact that espresso is poured on a ball of gelato that drowns it.
Turkish coffee is made from coffee beans stewed in a copper or brass dish called cezve. This method is made of unfiltered coffee and is often served with water so that you can clean your palate before each sip.
Similar to a latte, but of smaller volume, this Australian favorite is a simple option for those looking for a coffee-flavored milk drink. It is prepared with a small amount of steamed milk and a thin layer of micromousse.
In Saudi Arabia and other Arab cultures, coffee ceremonies follow many etiquette rules, including serving the elders first. It is also a custom to serve this cardamom drink with dried dates to counter the bitterness of the coffee.
Similar to an espresso, cafezinhos are small cups of java. The only difference is that cafezinhos are pre-sweetened, usually infused directly with sugar.
Ca Phe Trung
Recognized for being both very sweet and very strong, this iced Vietnamese coffee is usually composed of egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk and robusta coffee.
Cafe de Olla
Simmered with a cinnamon stick, traditional Mexican coffee uses piloncillo (unrefined cane sugar) and is served in a clay mug that brings out the flavors of coffee.