Authentic and Unique Coffee Drinks From Around The World

Authentic and Unique Coffee Drinks From Around The World

Coffee is one of the most commonly drinks people enjoy in the morning. It is also treated like an energy booster for those who tend to have hectic days. It is true that the caffeine in the coffee can help you to stay focused and energized. However, coffee is beyond that because it has been part of various cultures all around the world. 

Try these authentic, unique coffee drinks 

People prepare their coffee to drink usually based on their personal preferences. However, it is also often linked to tradition that has been existed for generations. People from different cultural backgrounds may have their own ways to prepare coffee drinks. Here are several coffee drinks around the world with their authentic preparation and unique flavor:

Ca Phe Da from Vietnam

Most coffee in Vietnam is served very strong and sweet because it is what the majority of Vietnamese would prefer. Ca Phe Da is another variety of iced coffee the locals enjoy pretty common. It is prepared with coffee being brewed through a French drip filter into a cup of ice. It is then added with condensed milk. So you will taste pretty strong sweetness from this Vietnamese coffee. 

Cafezinho from Brazil

This Brazilian coffee drink looks and tastes similar to espresso but with stronger flavor. Many Brazilian families welcome their guests with a cup of Cafezinho. This coffee is prepared by brewing coffee beans using special cloth flannel filter. During this brewing process, sugar is added so that’s why it is super sweet. Most Brazilian like this coffee without adding milk or cream. 

Frappe from Greece

Frappe itself was accidentally invented by a Nescafe employee in 1957. Even today, this coffee is very popular on the Mediterranean shores of Greece. This coffee is made with iced instant coffee and foamed milk. Some people love to add sugar and some people don’t you can have it with your own preference. The coffee with no sugar called sketo and the one with sugar called metrio. If you likk to add moderate amount of sugar, it is called glyko. 

Kaffeost from Sweden

This is different from any other coffee drinks mentioned above. Kaffeost itself means coffee cheese. So you can imagine what it is. It is exactly coffee and cheese. It is served by pouring coffee over cubes of Leipajuusto cheese. This coffee is also popular in Finland where the locals serve cheese as the with their coffee. Meanwhile in Sweden, they like to go all out. Hence, they prefer putting the cubes of cheese into their cup of coffee instead. 

Turk Kahvesi

Turkish coffee is already popular and this one is no exception. This coffee requires authentic preparation. During the brewing process of finely ground coffee beans, sugar is added without adding milk or cream. The process of boiling creates a foamy surface. It is then added with a little bit of cardamom to spice it up. In traditional way, Turkish coffee is prepared in a small copper or brass pot called ibrik or cezve.