How to drink coffee in different countries
• How to drink coffee in different countries
Almost all of us start our day with a cup of coffee. Types of coffee, as well as ways of cooking it - a great variety. But the most curious thing is that in different countries, coffee is prepared in different ways.
Initially, coffee was distributed in the Ottoman Empire. Coffee beans sold European traders buying coffee in Arab ports. Legend has it that in the 16th century Muslim pilgrim secretly drove coffee beans in India, and from there the coffee was smuggled to Java and Sumatra. Thus ended the Arab monopoly on the cultivation of coffee. Traditional Indian coffee is brewed for a long time and is filtered in a special metal container. Drink coffee with sugar and milk.
Cuba unthinkable without coffee, which has become an integral part of it since the 18th century. Grow coffee in Cuba began to French farmers. Traditional Cuban Cubano - not simply the strong espresso mixed with sugar during cooking.
If we are used to buy coffee in packets, such as here in Japan circulated a ready-made coffee in aluminum cans. Almost every corner there are machines with hot and cold drinks. First canned coffee in Japan appeared in 1960.
Cafe de Olla or coffee in Mexican - very tasty and spicy coffee drink, which is bound to have a stick of cinnamon and raw sugar piloncillo. The beverage traditionally served in earthenware pots, to impart a bit earthy flavor.
A cold coffee drink in the world, but it is especially common in Vietnam. Used for the preparation of coffee beans roasting strong and condensed milk.
Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee, and even now there is actual saying "Buna dabo naw", which means "Coffee is our bread." Coffee ceremony plays an important role in the lives of Ethiopians. Women often spend two or three hours to prepare the coffee, since roasting, finishing ceremony of delivery in a special jar jab.
The Australians are very serious about coffee. Their love affair with the drink began to move to Australia of Italian immigrants after World War II. Favorite drink recipe - espresso with a thin milk foam.
Turkish proverb says that "Coffee should be black as hell, strong as death and sweet as love." Perfect Turkish coffee - a finely-ground corn cooked in the Turk (or Cezve) together with sugar. Bottled drink in small cups.
Oilang or Thai iced coffee - popular beverage in Thailand. Coffee is mixed with ice, and sesame seeds of cardamom. The drink is often added to the condensed milk.
Coffee Touba - Senegal's traditional drink. The beverage has a taste of pepper seeds or grains dzhar Selim.
Favorite coffee Italians - a strong espresso. Italians just love it. Coffee with milk, such as cappuccino, is also prevalent in Italy, but their drink preferably in the morning.
There is nothing better than to sit in the Austrian coffee house over a cup of cappuccino with a lot of froth.
"What could be better than the combination of coffee and alcohol," - say the Irish. Irish coffee - coffee with whiskey and cream. The Irish say they drink recipe was invented by a cold winter's night in 1940, when a restaurant has gone frozen group of Americans in search of heat and booze. The rest is history.