10. KAHVE, TURKEY :
Coffee in Turkey is amazingly delicious. made Black and Strong, it is left unfiltered on purpose so at bottom of the glass you will find an undrinkable sludge which tastes amazing.
9. CAFE CON LECHE, COLOMBIA :
Colombia, a place where they don’t just grow amazing coffee, but enjoy it equally.
Whether you’re downing a cup in beachside Cartagena or in the highlands of Perreira, a cafe con leche – coffee with milk – in Colombia is always rich, strong and tasty. Local coffee growers drink theirs with sugar cane juice: a guaranteed heart starter.
8. CEREMONIAL COFFEE, ETHIOPIA :
In Ethiopia, the birth place of the beverage, coffee making is an hour long process which includes roasting beans, grinding beans, brewing coffee, and then drinking three small cups: an ultra-strong brew, then a weaker one and a weaker one after that as the same coffee grounds are reused. The perfect achieved in this long process makes it delicious.
7. FLAT WHITE, AUSTRALIA :
A flat white made in Australia is as amazing in taste as it is simple. It is merely coffee and milk, a shot of espresso topped with hot, frothy milk, and literally nothing else.
6. IPOH WHITE COFFEE, MALAYSIA :
Originating in the town of Ipoh, this style involves roasting the beans with palm oil margarine, giving the whole velvety drink a slight hint of charcoal and smoke. Settle in to any kopitiam in Malaysia and you’re likely to get an excellent version of a cherished drink.
5. CAFE CORTADO, ARGENTINA :
There’s a saying that Buenos Aires wouldn’t function without the cafe. A cortado is a beverage that consists of espresso coffee mixed with a roughly equal amount of warm milk to reduce the acidity. The word cortado is the past participle of the Spanish verb cortar (to cut), in the sense of “dilute”. Cortado is a well known drink in Spain, Portugal, Latin America, and also in London.
4. NOUS-NOUS, MOROCCO :
Coffeee is thriving in Morocco. Morocco is a country of limitless cafes with french style pavement chairs facing street. Nous-nous is the best way to take coffee in Morocco. It is half coffee, half hot milk. The result is something like a piccolo latte, a strong, tasty beverage served in a small glass and drunk with relish the country over
3. KAAPI, SOUTHERN INDIA :
How can we possibly complete the list without our own, Kaapi. Cup and the deep saucer in Tamil Nadu tells you, you are about to get something really good. Kaapi is a locally gorwn coffee in southern India. It is roasted and finely ground, percolated, topped with frothed milk, and then “pulled” between the cup and saucer, a process that cools and mixes the liquid. Delicious. And it costs about 10 cents
2. CA PHE SUA DA, VIETNAM :
Coffee in Vietnam is prepared like nowhere else in the world, with hot water poured into a mini percolator of rich, dark grains that sits on top of a glass. Black liquid then drips through that percolator and lands in a puddle of thick, sweet, condensed milk. Add a handful of ice cubes, stir, and you have a delicious pick-me-up.
1. ESPRESSO, ITALY :
So, finally Espresso, it is amazingly simply and eqaully perfect. Italians have it several times in a day, a tiny cup, but a strong one. Either hand-pulled or drawn from an espresso machine, this is coffee at its best, unadorned with fancy syrups, chocolate splodges or even milk. An Italian espresso is traditionally consumed while standing at a bar and yelling at people