Whether it’s enjoyed black, on the rocks or with a splash of milk, coffee takes on many forms in different countries. In Italy, for instance, the drink of choice is a caffè — an espresso shot with crema served in a dainty cup. Singapore has gained a reputation for its signature kopi, a fragrant yet potent full-bodied brew made from robusta beans roasted with margarine or lard.
Here are seven types of coffee served differently around the world.
There’s something about having coffee served in a cylindrical pot with a sleek plunger that conjures to mind slow romantic mornings where sipping coffee is a luxury and not a necessity to jolt your senses. The French press method works by simply running hot water through fresh coffee grounds to produce a rich, aromatic brew – best savored in bed.