Look at the 9 best coffee in the world
1. Mazagran Coffee, Portugal
A rather strange combination for many people, the Portuguese Mazagran lemonade coffee.
The ingredients of this coffee include lemon, ice, cold coffee and sugar. If you want to make Mazagran, first put the amount of sugar that suits your taste and a small cup of coffee into the cup, then add a small cup of lemon juice and shake well. Finally, just add ice and a few slices of lemon to decorate it and you have completed this mouth-watering coffee.
2. Eiskaffee Coffee, Germany
To make the best coffee in the world, the ingredients you need to prepare include cream, whipping cream, cold coffee and chocolate.
The way to make this coffee is quite interesting, first you put 2 tablespoons of cream in a cup and quickly pour 1 small cup of coffee on top, then add whipping cream on top of the mixture and finally sprinkle some chocolate powder. shredded on top is complete. This unique coffee is sweet and has an aromatic, fatty, and creamy taste typical of cream and fresh cream.
3. Iced milk coffee, Vietnam
This famous Vietnamese coffee dish actually has a very simple preparation, you just need to prepare coffee, a few spoons of condensed milk and a little ice to be able to make a delicious cup of coffee yourself. The only thing is, the coffee used to make iced milk coffee is in a concentrated form, often filtered, so it is very rich when drinking. Enjoying iced milk coffee, we will see a bitter taste mixed with sweetness, creating an addictive taste.
This popular drink is extremely suitable for the hot and humid climate of Vietnam. Many foreign guests are very excited to enjoy iced milk coffee on the sidewalks of Saigon, of course, you can also order this coffee at most shops everywhere.
4. Espresso Coffee, Italy
First appearing in the boot-shaped country around 1930, Espresso today is very familiar in the coffee enjoyment culture of people around the world and has also become one of the best coffee in the world! For authentic Italian espresso, find a bar in Rome where locals drink coffee while commenting on football.
Holding a cup of Espresso coffee and visiting the famous tourist attractions of Italy is nothing better!
5. Egg coffee, Austria
In cafes in Vienna, “time and space are consumed, but only coffee is found on the bill”. That’s what UNESCO said when it added Viennese coffee culture to its list of intangible cultural heritage, and there are quite a few cafes here that date back more than 300 years.
This egg coffee is made by stirring a glass of egg yolk and honey (and sometimes cognac) as the coffee is added slowly to cook the eggs. It’s not easy to find the best coffee in the world on a menu, but it’s a really popular coffee in Vietnam. Of course, the taste is also more “Vietnamese”.
6. Coffee fika, Sweden
Swedes love coffee and drink more than most people in other countries around the world. From black coffee, white coffee, filter coffee or espresso, most Swedes drink coffee during “fika” – the traditional break. Besides coffee, they often use cakes and many other delicious dishes, enjoyed with a close person.
7. Cortado Coffee, Argentina
Argentina has a very proud coffee culture, Cortado coffee is served in a small glass with a shot of Espresso, with a little foam on top. Perhaps the reason why this coffee is so popular lies in the simplicity that comes from not mixing too much sugar, milk or other flavors.
8. Nous-nous coffee, Morocco
“Nous-nous” means “half-half” in Arabic, because the best coffee in the world is half espresso and half hot milk. Coffee is poured from a hand-drawn espresso machine and similarly hot milk is served, then served in Moroccan-style glasses.
9. Kissaten Coffee, Japan
“Kissaten” is a classic Japanese coffee and tea restaurant – a business model that is slowly disappearing in Japan due to the popularity of modern coffee shops, served with porcelain cups. White. Coffee at kissaten is usually filtered in coffee filters and served with a porcelain mug with milk. This is a nostalgic experience that visitors should not miss when traveling to Japan!
Enjoying coffee is gradually becoming a cultural feature of many countries around the world, including Vietnam. The taste of these 9 best coffee dishes in the world, both unique and strange, but surely delicious, if you have the opportunity to visit the above countries, try them and you will be ‘addicted’!
Linh Tu (general) FoodVN.net
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