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Who makes the best coffee in the world

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Written by Mus

As we all know coffee is the most popular drink in the work lets find out who makes the best coffee in the world.

Coffee-All around the world

Coffee has become a more common and accessible popular drink, so become a reasonable alternative of tea. It is not a costly drink that can only be enjoyed by a select group of class, therefore enjoyed everyone poor or rich, young or old. That’s why it is a simple pleasure that can be enjoyed by the poor and rich,  that can bring together friends and family. As coffee is common to drink, different demographics of people have different styles, flavors, taste, aroma and brews of coffees.

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As every culture has had an impact on the coffee and has a unique flavor, taste and aroma. So Coffee continues to change and evolve these are some popular trends of coffee. No doubt our taste tends to change over time.

In western countries, people usually like dark coffee while in Asia people prefer lighter and sweeter coffee, in Turkey coffee become slightly different. In Europe and Germany, coffee is important for social and literary gathering, in Northern Europe coffee is served in parties.

Here is a brief of coffee from different countries.

1.    Italy

Italy is not the birthplace of coffee but a special connection with the beverage and the birthplace of espresso. Here coffee has a different taste, especially their espresso, rarely add syrups, whipped cream and other such flavors, prefer to drink mostly espressos. Therefore Cappuccinos are only drinking in the morning and don’t prefer later in the day, because the people of Italy thinks that best time to enjoy coffee is morning, start yours with getting a jolt of quick energy.

Espresso coffee is made by pushing water through the tightly packed and finely ground coffee at high pressure, expressing a smooth and strong shot with a fine foam on top known as ‘crema‘. So mixing foamy milk to the espresso creates a different taste, you may also include the macchiato and the cappuccino. Therefore Espresso Romano is the favorite expresso that served with a fresh peel of lemon floating on the top and on the rim of the cup.

Most of the common brands of coffee beans.

2.    Austria

Interesting Australia is the birthplace of mostly drinks as a blue latte and a flat white is originated here. On the other hand, the traditional drink of Austria is mélange, which is similar to a cappuccino. An espresso with steamed milk, topped with foamed milk and sometimes for flavor, add whipped cream. There are various varieties of traditional Austrian coffees, most famous the Kaisemelange. So the main ingredients of Kaisemelange are strong black coffee, egg yolk, and honey. While stirring, The egg yolk is mixed with honey, then add strong coffee black slowly. It is also a famous drink in Scandinavia.

Famous coffee brands are Helmut Sacher Vienna, Helmut Sachers Espresso and Mozart Kaffee Mild.

3.    Ethiopia

According to Wikipedia “ancestors of today’s Oromo people in a region of Kaffa in Ethiopia were believed to have been the first to recognize the energizing effect of the coffee plant”

Ethiopians considered the birthplace of coffee, and celebrate a coffee ceremony that is a part of their culture. The popular maxim of Ethiopia is “Buna dao naw” means “Coffee is our bread.” They spend hours are spending on making the perfect cup of coffee and serve it in a special pot named as a jebena. First of all roasted roast green coffee beans over hot coals in a metal pot, then finely grind it, boil in a jebena, until the coffee boils up through the neck of the pot and then transfer it to another pot for cooling. After cooling boil it again and served. Here coffee making is as important as sitting down to enjoy a cup.

Ethiopians love coffee to such an extent that they announced it as their country’s national drink. They give coffee different names as “awol, tona and baarka” mean “to be blessed”. Yirgacheffe is a popular coffee in Ethiopia, can serve as both hot and cold coffee. It has a floral aroma, fruity taste and tea-like ending.

4.    France

French often begin a day with a sophisticated cup of coffee. Like Italian, they use to drink coffee in the morning usually with breakfast, avoid later in the day. Much of coffee vocabulary we know is originated from France. Famous coffee “café au lait” literally meaning is  “coffee with milk” which we French tend to love, Cream is also used, but it’s less popular. Coffee is also used as a dessert with cheese.

Famous brands of coffee in France are Maison Du Café, Noisette nwah|Zett and Café KAH|fay.

5.    Ireland

 Irish coffee was originated in Ireland, accidentally created in 1943 then become a part of Christmas drink and now consumed by everyone, every day, an essential part of dinner. It is a combination of  Irish Whiskey,  hot coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar, additionally whipped cream on the top.

6.    Cuba

In Cuba, coffee becomes an essential part of the Cuban lifestyle and social gathering. They love their coffee. Cuba is the usual main export of coffee to Spain. A preferable method in Cuba is a strong brew, mix coffee with sugar t brews, and serve it black and pour it in small coffee cups. Mostly  Cubans enjoy coffee in the morning, throughout the day after meals. Not as strong as the Turkish or Italian brew. Coffee has become an essential part of the Cuban lifestyle and is a cultural icon. The Cafe Cubano is an espresso originating from Cuba. Famous coffee of  Cafe Cubano is an espresso shot with a thick layer of sweetened cream.

A popular brand of coffee is Signature Blend Whole Bean, Restaurant Blend Whole Bean, Keurig K-Cups and Blend Ground Coffee.

7.    Saudi Arabia

 Mostly popular in the people of old age and men. In Saudi Coffee is called kahwa, usually spiced with cardamom. Mostly sweet dates are served with the coffee that balanced the bitterness of the coffee, additionally, Saffron and red rose water are also added for taste and aroma. Here coffee is made from 100% Arabic coffee beans. Coffee beans are brewed with spices, prepared on a stovetop in a special pot and served in handless cups like glass. Qahwa is very beneficial for health and eliminates toxins and good anti-inflammatory.

8.    Turkey

In Turkey coffee known as Turk Kahvesi. The famous maxim of  Turkey is “Coffee should be black as hell, strong as death, and sweet as love.”. For making coffee ground coffee bean is boiled in a special pot named as Cezve. Simmer with sugar, water and coffee beans and pour it in small mugs. Here coffee is served usually after meals.

Coffee is served with a Turkish candy that balanced the bitterness. In turkey For both men and women, coffee is an essential part of political and social interaction. During the Ottoman period, women socialized with each other over coffee and sweets. In Istanbul, there are many coffee houses, where people have interaction on a cup of coffee.

Turkish coffee or Türk Kahvesi is a famous coffee in Turkey. The beans are boiled with water and sugar and served it in the special coppered pot. Superstitious says that the left grounds can be used for fortune-telling.

9.         Coffee in Finland

Here Coffee is considered as a symbol of hospitality. Finland is the largest consumer of coffee with about 12kg of the brown coffee being consumed per person per year, Finns are also excited and keen for coffee, Mostly coffee is served with cake, here in Finland, for ordering a special word is used kakkukahvi means coffee and cake. In Finland, there is a custom called santsikuppi, where you buy a cup of coffee and get another cup free for your partner.

Finns believe everything is good with coffee they celebrate every occasion with coffee as When a baby is born, graduations, birthdays, Christmas, weddings. Even children play with the imaginary coffee machine. The people of Finland have a great and special love for coffee. Kaffeost is the traditional coffee, a black coffee with chunks of cheese placed at the bottom of the cup, to create something new and magical, similar in taste to Tiramisu, a dessert-like taste.

Italy- Easy Tiramisu


  • Half whipping cream
  • Mascarpone cheese,
  • Amaretto and brandy (optional)
  • Espresso
  • Lady Fingers biscuits packet
  • Cocoa powder for top
  • Mascarpone cheese
  • Vanilla extract
  • Semi-Sweet baking chocolate
  • Sugar


  1. Add instant coffee in the hot water and mixed it, cool for 5 minutes.
  2. Mix mascarpone and Amaretto and until stiff, add sugar as per taste.
  3. Dip biscuits in coffee. Don’t soak it.
  4. Add chocolate for flavor.
  5. Pour half whipped cream mixture on top of the first biscuit.
  6. Place the cocoa powder over the top and place in the frier for 2-4 hours and serve with a french press.

Mexico- Café de Olla


  • Brown Sugar
  • cinnamon sticks
  • ground coffee
  • Water


  1. Add cinnamon stick in water and boil on high heat for 3-4 minutes.
  2. Add sugar and boil it again.
  3. Then Stir in coffee grounds and simmer for 1 minute.
  4. Strain and serve with a fresh cinnamon flavor.

Colombia-Malteada de Café


  • cold coffee
  • Milk
  • ice cream
  • chocolate sauce( optional)


  1. Add all ingredients in one pot and blend it.
  2. Until you get a smooth mixture.
  3. Top with chocolate sauce and enjoy.
  4. Indian- Banana & Coffee Lassi Smoothie


  • Espresso (or strong coffee) chilled
  • Honey
  • Pinch of cinnamon
  • Bananas, chopped and frozen
  • Plain yogurt


  1. Blend all ingredients in one pot.
  2. Pour ground almonds or chocolate flakes on the top.
  3. Your coffee is ready, enjoy with friends.

Viennese- Coffee Balls


  • crushed shortbread cookies
  • sifted powdered sugar
  • chopped nuts
  • cocoa powder
  • instant coffee or instant espresso powder
  • ground cinnamon
  • brewed espresso
  • strong coffee
  • water


  1. In the pot, add instant coffee nuts, crushed cookies, powdered sugar, cocoa powder and cinnamon.
  2. Mix only brewed espresso, coffee or water to moisten the.
  3. Roll mixture into one inch balls then coats in the remaining powdered sugar.
  4. Place on a sheet of waxed paper and dry it, enjoy.
  5. Irish coffee with Whiskey


  • hot water 
  • light brown sugar
  • brewed coffee
  • Irish whiskey (such as Jameson)
  • heavy cream for topping
  • Chocolate shavings, for garnish


  1. Add water in a pot and set it for two minutes.
  2. Add sugar and hot coffee and boil it until it dissolved.
  3. Then add Irish whiskey.
  4. In a separate pot, mixed whiskey cream with an electric mixer, until soft but pourable.
  5. Pour on the top, additionally garnish with chocolate shavings.

Saudi Arabian Coffee – Kahwa/Qahwa


  • Cardamom finely ground
  •  Arabic coffee
  • Water
  •  saffron (optional for taste)
  •  rosewater (optional for Aroma)


  1. First Boil the water.
  2. Mixed Arabic coffee and boil it on low heat.
  3. Add cardamom in the pot, strain the coffee into it.
  4. Additionally, add the rosewater or rosewater for taste and aroma.
  5. Once again boil it and serve.

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Turkish Coffee


  • Cezve
  • Water
  • Sugar
  • cardamom and cinnamon pounder(optional)
  • Finely grounded Turkish coffee


  1. Add water to the cezve( A special copper pot).
  2. Mix sugar as per taste, stirring to blend it.
  3. Add coffee beans and boil it.
  4. After the first boil Remove the cezve, discarding the accumulated foam, and mix well.
  5. Allow remaining powder blend completely, before serving.
  6. Additionally, taste and flavor add spices like cardamom and cinnamon pounder.

We discussed about coffee recipes, now you can also review our other article if a coffee maker is out of order how to fix it and how to remove coffee stains that are obvious during the preparation of coffee drinks.

In conclusion, coffee is a popular drink consumed and loved by many all over the globe and there are a variety of ways to enjoy this wonderful beverage. Every culture and region has a unique impact on coffee. There are many flavors and tastes, as mentioned above every country have their special kind coffee and recipe that there is always something new to experience.


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