Different places have different coffee specialities and we’re here to find out more about them! Do you know what Austria’s favourite coffee is and what it consists of? Well let me tell you, I wouldn’t want to be drinking it! Read on to find out about all the coffee from around the world!
Ooh, what is a ‘Yuenyeung’ and an ‘Eiskcaffee’?
Firstly, let’s take a look at Austria’s famous ‘Kaisermelange’. This beverage consists of strong black coffee, egg yolk and honey. Wow, egg yolk! Luckily that drink is staying in Austria!
Looking to find out what a Yuenyeung is? It is a beverage made in Hong Kong and has black coffee and Hong Kong style milk tea in it. A coffee made with tea? You learn something new every day!
Don’t fancy any of these drinks? Maybe you’ll be fonder for an Eiskcaffee which is just coffee and vanilla ice cream. Germany really know how to make a good Eiskcaffee.
Whenever you travel abroad coffee is always a safe option!
Coffee based drinks around the world demonstrate our cultures being expressed through their coffee recipes. You’re about to be further enlightened so keep reading….
France’s speciality coffee is called ‘Café au lait’ which is a mixture of black coffee and hot milk. For lovers of simple, straight-forward coffee.
For someone looking for a wilder, more unique coffee try going to Mexico and getting a ‘Café de olla’ this drink is prepared in a clay pot and made to be a large drink. it is made from coffee, refined sugar and cinnamon sticks – they are left in for decoration. This drink is definitely something for the more adventurous coffee drinkers.
Lastly, take a look at Portugal’s speciality drink it’s called ‘Mazagran’ it is an iced coffee with sugar and lemon juice. Doesn’t that sound lovely? Especially with the hot weather over there!
Interested in some of these recipes? You can check them out online or take an around the world trip to experience it all!
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