Coffee traditions around the world

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London – Coffee is the world’s most popular beverage, but the interesting thing is that every place has a different tradition of drinking. British newspaper The Telegraph has highlighted Different traditions in one its report.

India

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According to historical events in India, a Muslim Sufi introduced coffee in the 16th century. Traditionally in India coffee mixed with milk and sugar.

Cuba

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Coffee has been an integral part of life in Cuba since the 18th century, when French farmers escaping the revolution in Haiti started to grow the crop there.

Japan

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In Japan, hot and cold coffee cans are readily available in vending machines.

Mexico

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In Mexico often spicy coffee drink in fairly traditional wooden cups , so it felt natural flavor to beer .

Vietnam

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Vietnamese like cold coffee with dark roasted coffee beans and sweet milk to be used.

Ethiopia

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Ethiopia is considered as the birthplace of coffee, and people love coffee. Here women spent two to three hours per day spent in preparing coffee and presented in special pots.

Australia

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Australian citizens take their coffee very seriously. Their love affair with the drink is thought to have been kick started by Italian immigrants who moved to the country after the Second World War. The flat white, a type of espresso with a thin layer of velvety milk on top, is the country’s most famous caffeinated export.

Turkey

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Turkey ‘s own Turkish coffee is very popular, very dark, very sharp and sweet like love is. The Beverage is also popular in Middle East and North African countries .

Thailand

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Thai Ice Coffee is available in different flavors, the beverage is often made ​​with milk and is considered a tradition in the last century came from the U.S. military .

Italy

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If you’re visiting Italy and order a caffè, what will turn up is an espresso – the small but strong drink that Italians love to get their caffeine hit from, and which has spread around the world.

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