The Best Coffee Around the Globe

If there is nothing greater than your love of travel and your adoration for coffee, then look no further than this page. Now picture this. You are traveling around the globe, and you’ve just found a city to immerse yourself in. The best way to experience a new culture is to try a cup of freshly brewed coffee. You walk by a quaint little cafe and are immediately enveloped by a smell of newly ground coffee beans. Even the caffeine in the air gives you a buzz and you can’t wait to sample a cup of the city’s best coffee. The coffee on this list will be sure to deliver an experience you won’t forget.

Espresso Romano — Italy

When in Italy, do as the Italians do. Italians drink their espresso quickly and standing up. Also, when in Italy, do not order a cappuccino after 11 in the morning. Italians think that drinking a cappuccino in the afternoon is not good for your digestive system.


Pour Over — Sweden

There is nothing better than a sip of coffee Swedish pour-over style. In Sweden, the focus of drinking coffee is not about the quantity you consume. Rather, in Sweden, coffee is meant to be sipped with friend and family throughout the day, even during work hours. This ritual is called ‘fika’ and people take it pretty seriously.


Indian Filter Coffee — India

Coffee in India is known as kaapi. Conde Nast Traveler let us know that Indian filter coffee is “made by mixing frothed milk with the decoction from finely ground coffee powder that is brewed using a traditional metal Indian filter.” Traditionally, the coffee is sipped slowly while you hold the rim of your cup with your fingers.


Flat White — Australia

Nobody prepares flat whites better than Australians do because the drink actually originated down under in the 1980s. The special drink is prepared by pouring foamed milk over a single or double ristretto shot of espresso. Even though the drink looks like a cappuccino or a latte, it is not the same. The main distinguishing factor of the flat white is its layers. Also, it has a high proportion of coffee to milk.