Coffee Around the World
If you love coffee as much as the Volunteer Card team does, we know you’ll be scouting out local coffee shops every time you travel. It’s amazing how diverse coffee preparation rituals can be from one country to the next. Here are a few favorites we thought we’d share.
Comment below and let us know if you’ve tried any of these!
Australia/New Zealand – Flat White
Espresso with velvety microfoam
Brazil – Cafezhino
A small, black coffee served sweet and very strong
France – Cafe Au Lait
Made from equal parts coffee and hot milk
Japan – Kah Kohi
“Canned Coffee” found in vending machines and stores throughout Japan
Mexico – Café de Olla
“Pot coffee,” prepared in clay pot with piloncillo and cinnamon
Morocco – Spiced Coffee
Coffee with warming spices such as cinnamon, black pepper, nutmeg, and cardamom
Turkey – Turkish Coffee
Finely ground coffee is heated slowly in a brass or copper cezve
Vietnam – Egg Coffee
Contains egg, sugar, condensed milk and coffee
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