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Coffee is pleasant, a special passion. It is difficult to say no to a cup of coffee that attracts with its charming scent. Friendships are aged by coffee, knowledge of the future, prospects of love are sought in the grounds of coffee. The fame of the Turkish coffee that is unique to our country has been heard in other countries. Are you aware of the coffee choice and taste of different countries? If your route falls to these countries, it will make it easier for you to be informed. Here are the countries and famous coffees:
Let's start with our own country first.

1-Turkey and Turkish coffee

Özdemir Pasha, the governor of Yemen, came to Istanbul on this occasion. The Turks discovered to cook coffee in a special way and it was called Turkish Coffee. This unique flavor has been moved to Europe and other countries of the world when travelers from Istanbul, ambassadors and merchants recognize coffee. Following the discovery, the Turkish coffee, which is also known by the public and became widespread through coffeehouses, has become the main actor in literature, poetry and conversation. During the palace period, coffee had an important place and was offered only to the most distinguished people at special times. The consumption of Turkish coffee, which is finely ground compared to the other countries' coffees, continues to increase.

Turkish coffee, which is special with its preparation, cooking and presentation, which does not go easy from the palates, is not so hasty. Turkish coffee, which has a special place in the world of coffee, is usually cooked in a low temperature by adding ground and roasted powdered coffee, water and optionally a small amount of sugar, which is put to a certain level in a copper pot. Turkish coffee, which has plenty of foamy and a barbecue, is cooked in a charcoal fire, is served by pouring into small coffee cups. During the catering, a small glass of water is left in the tray. You can drink coffee with a small sip and pleasant chats.

2-Greece's Frappe

The coffee culture in the Greeks is more common than us. The dry coffee is cooked in such a way that it is very similar to that of us in a very foamy, tufted but harder manner. The Greeks recognized and liked the Turkish coffee in 1453 after the Ottoman army in the period of Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror took Constantinople (today's Istanbul) which was the capital of the Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire.
In Greece, a method known as Frappe is more common than traditional cooking and drinking. In this method, the powdered coffee is prepared on ice. In a shaker, a cold milk, instant or instant coffee, also known as instant coffee, a few pieces of ice, a little bit of powdered sugar is mixed into the mix. Frappe, served with long, thin cups, is a kind of coffee in Greece.

3. Irish-Irish coffee Coffee and alcohol do not relate to what is said, a delicious cocktail in Ireland with a small amount of sugar, whiskey and cream added into a hot coffee is obtained. On this different coffee cocktail, the Irish call him "Caife Gaelach". Irısh coffee is the name in English and means adı Irish coffee Ir. Irish coffee is a kind of yummy, delicious coffee, although it is alcohol.

 4-Morocco's Cafe Des Epices is a very interesting type of coffee, which is a reflection of their own culture in Morocco. Spices are added to the spices prepared in this country that uses spices in all fields. Turkish coffee is also reminiscent of various spices such as cinnamon, pepper, nutmeg, sesame and even argan oil is added. It can be recommended to those who enjoy coffee that is hard to drink. This unique spicy coffee is one of the most popular drinks of Morocco.

5-Italy's Affogato Italy's coffee culture is also different. In terms of drawing geography in Italy, Italy in food culture, espresso and pizza comes to mind. The coffee beans are very finely ground, which is similar to the Turkish coffee we have, but has a more intense, grapefruit taste. If you want to drink espresso when you go to Italy and go to a coffee bar, if you don't want the Italians to look odd when you order, just say İtalyan caffé press. It is brought in a small glass called espresso shot cup and there is only a few sip of coffee inside. This is perfectly normal as the espresso is fast-paced, fast drinking and finished. Beginning with coffee, Italians are passionate enough to drink espresso at any time of the day and Italy has many different types of coffee. For Italy, espresso is another common type of coffee affogato. Affogato, which is literally boğ overwhelmed dondurma, is a mixture of ice cream and coffee. An original Italian affogatos is prepared using espresso and vanilla ice cream. Ice creams placed in sweet containers are thrown in the freezer for about 5 minutes and the newly cooked 1 shot glass of espresso is poured on it. As the last touch, hazelnut and brown sugar are sprinkled and ready to serve. Presentation can also be differentiated by liquor.

6- Finland's Kaffeostlarıu Finland, also known as the country of white lilies, is a country with few but high standards of living. One of the world-famous coffees is here. Milk can be put on coffee, ice cream may sound pleasant, even spices are acceptable, but things change when cheese is said. In order to prepare this coffee called Kaffeost, cheeses are cut into cubes and placed on the bottom of the cup, coffee is poured on it and sugar is not used. Drink the coffee and the bottom of the cheese pieces with the help of a spoon should eat. Homemade cheeses are used to prepare this weird coffee of Finland.

7-Germany's Pharisaer'i Here is another type of coffee that still contains alcohol. Pharisaer, which means phiarians in the Danish language, is very popular in Germany. Filter coffee, whipped cream (whipped cream or milk is used) and prepared with rum in this type of coffee cream is placed on top. Pharisaer is said to occur in a manner that is intended to consume alcohol secretly. Pharisaer can also be made with vanilla ice cream, as in the affogato in Italy, which is called eiskaffee or iced coffee.

8-Mexico's Cafe de Ollacı This traditional coffee also contains piloncillo and cinnamon, a Mexican sugar. Piloncillo is a kind of untreated brown sugar pressed by giving a cone or cone shape. Cafe de Olla is prepared in authentic clay (clay) containers and consumed in high climates with cold climates and the presentation is made with earthenware pots. Powdered coffee, sugar, water, orange peel and cinnamon are added to a sauce pot for preparation. After the sugar is melted, it is taken out of the furnace and rested for 5 minutes. Anise seeds are also placed in the cafe de olla. Those who prefer intense orange taste add some orange liqueur or serve with orange liqueur. As we present coffee with tiny delights, Mexican presents their coffee with Pilancillo. One day, the world's largest coffee producer, Mexico, and those who like the way of spicy blends in the cafe can try without hesitation.

9- Vietnam's Ca Phe Trung is used to prepare coffee in some countries such as Vietnam, Sweden,
Norway and Hungary. The most original egg coffee is made in Vietnam. Vietnam is also a coffee maker. The egg coffee called Ca Phe Trung is made with egg yolk, powdered sugar and Vietnam's famous robusta coffee. Sugar is mixed into the egg yolk and the sugar is poured over the coffee. Optionally milk can be used and hot consumed coffee is a source of energy and protein. It can be consumed cold as well as with a phe trung foamy and intense consistency, almost like a dessert or even with a spoon as it is similar to ice cream. Vietnamese coffee is a taste of the coffee lovers. The ones who are accustomed to drinking and the new experimenters seem to like tiramisu.

10-Ethiopia's Ethiopia, one of the homeland of coffee, cultivates the highest quality coffee. In Ethiopia, the word imes it ”or“ bun ’means coffee. In order to prepare it for Ethiopia, the coffee beans are thoroughly beaten in a mortar and put in a pitcher test and boiled for 2 hours on a charcoal fire. Prepared for presentation and drink in terms of a ritual that coffee is poured into small cups are served. Traditional It is made with oil and salt. Maybe a single cup of foreigners to a Ethiopian native, but a cup will never be enough. Many other countries have different habits, palate tastes and different methods of coffee preparation. Although the habits do not resemble each other, coffee cultures that bring different experiences make life a pleasure.

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