Drink the best coffee in unique destinations

To choose a cup of coffee is more than just deciding whether to add milk or sugar. From Ethiopia where coffee was discovered and sophisticated baroque brown in Europe until the high tech haunts of Tokyo, coffee is a part of the culture of every country, even for those who most of the population prefers tea. Below you will find a list with the best coffee in the world.

Italy, Espresso

The correct version should be on top of the foam a caramel hue, resulting from the correct shake in a shaker. Coffee in Italy can cost you 1 euro to take go, but more so if you choose to drink at a cafe. In the second case, however, they will serve it in glasses that resemble those for champagne or wine. Experts say the best coffee you try it is in Rome, in a cafe near the Pantheon and make a water arriving from sources Aqua Virgo, which date from the 19th BC The name of Caffe Sant ‘Eustachio, where the Romans sitting in the metal of the bar since 1938.

Sant'Eustachio il Caffe, Italy

Sant’Eustachio il Caffe, Italy

Austria, Melange

The most popular beverage in the Viennese coffee is not vienoua chocolate, but the coffee melange. Austrian combine espresso with frothed milk, cream or sometimes even with thick cool, refreshing cream. Traditionally served with water to drink between sips and cleanse their palate. At the café Demel with elegant decor and stunning decor resembling a palace. Accompany with a delicious Sacher torte, the traditional chocolate cake Vienna.

Café Demel, Vienna, Austria

Café Demel, Vienna, Austria

Cuba, Café Cubano

Much like the Italian espresso, but has more special flavor due to the addition of raw sugar demerara. The result will be crowned with a sweet brown foam on top called espumita. If it is not, then Friday is considered a failure. The secret of success is the amount of mixing a bit of brown sugar before adding the remaining amount of coffee.

Cuba, Café Cubano

Cuba, Café Cubano

Saudi Arabia, Kahwa

A traditional ritual of London is to flavor your coffee with cardamom and often served with dried fruit to offset the bitterness. Have in mind that women are not welcome in the traditional coffee Saudi Arabia. But all the hotels serve pretty good versions.

Saudi Arabia, Kahwa

Saudi Arabia, Kahwa

View more here: Berlin: the good coffee of Strauss Café, in the cemetery of Kreuzberg.

By Nicole P.

Best coffee photos: Peter, davitydave, Claudio Saavedra, Michiel Jelijs.

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