Let’s not lie here, I am addicted to coffee. As we plan our future travels, I started to think about all the different coffee around the world. Every country has a different method of making coffee and I found it interesting when doing research on it. Wouldn’t it be neat to try out different coffees without even leaving my own home? That is when I found Bean Box on Amazon. It isÂ 16 gourmet coffees from the world’s top microlots. We haven’t tried it yet. We just ordered it. But we came across it when doing research when looking into it.Â
Coffee Around The World
- CafÃ© – is a shot of espresso
- CafÃ© en jarrito – basically a double espresso
- Cortado – a macchiato, or espresso cut with a little milk
- CafÃ© con crema – same as a cortado, but with cream instead of milk
- Lagrima – espresso cup filled with milk and a touch of coffee
- Americano – Hot water is added to a shot or two of espresso.
- CafÃ© con leche -half coffee half milk
- CapuchinoÂ – visible layers of coffee, milk, and froth, topped with cinnamon or chocolate.
- Kleiner BruanerÂ and GroÎ²er Brauner – close to what people consider ordinary coffee
- Melange – frothed milk and steamed coffee
- Milchkaffee or CafÃ© Latte – large coffee with frothed milk
- EinspÃ¤nner – Strong black coffee with a dash of whipped cream
- Fiaker – coffee with a shot of Austrian rum and whipped cream
- MazagranÂ – A cold FiakerÂ variation
- Konsul – Black coffee with a small spot of cream
- VerlÃ¤ngerter – a dilutedÂ version of the GroÎ²er Brauner
- Schwarzer or Mokka – Strong black coffee with lots of sugar (but not served with it)
- Kurzer or Espresso – espresso
- TÃ¼rkischer – coffee boiled for a long time with sugar. Served very hot and grains still in the cup.
- Eiskaffee: Cold coffee with vanilla ice cream, chocolate, and whipped cream.
- Cappuccino – not the international version, but coffee and whipped cream.
- CafÃ© CubanoÂ or cafecitoÂ – espresso mixed with sugar
- Cortadito – espresso topped with steamed milk
- CafÃ© on leche – coffee and hot milk
- ColadoÂ – CubanÂ espresso in larger portions.
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