Types of coffee around the world

Many of us love coffee so much that we can’t start our day without a cup of coffee. This is the case all around the world. Let’s see some of the people’s favourite coffees.


Espresso is native to Italy. To make Espresso coffee coffee beans are brewed and then filtered using a special filter. Espresso is the most popular type of coffee and loved by all, especially people belonging to Italian origin.
Espresso as a standalone coffee is served everywhere. It contains literally the basic essence. Coffee and water.


Very popular around the world, the cappuccino is similar to a flat white, only the espresso is blended with extra milk before the milk foam is added. It is typically equally parts espresso, milk and milk foam.
The cappuccino originated in Italy and remains one of the most popular coffee drinks you can order in Italy. However, Italians only drink cappuccino (or any milky coffee) in the morning, and never after a meal.

Flat White

A slight variation of the more generalised Cappuccino, a Flat White is a no-nonsense Cappuccino with double the amount of milk as compared to coffee.


A latte is similar to a cappuccino, but with more milk and only a thin layer of foam on the top. If you don’t like strong coffee, you’ll likely enjoy a latte.
In most coffee shops, there are dozens of flavored syrups you can add to a latte to give it a bit of flavor. Vanilla lattes and pumpkin spice lattes are two of the most popular version you can get in the United States. If you’re making these at home, we highly recommend this Creme Brulee latte too.


An Americano is an espresso that has extra water added to it. Americans typically drink a larger cup of lower-strength coffee, while Europeans drink small amounts of high-strength coffee, like an espresso.
When you’re in Europe and want a coffee that resembles what you’re used to drinking at home, you can order an Americano. It’s not a typical filter-brewed coffee, but it’s close.

Cafe au Lait

This drink translates as coffee with milk. It’s a strong filtered or brewed coffee (not espresso), with warm milk added. This is the most popular way to order coffee in France and throughout Northern Europe.

Turkish Coffee

This drink is made differently than most coffees. You prepare it by boiling water with really fine, medium roast coffee grounds in a wide-bottom copper pot, without a filter.
As the coffee warms over the stove, a thick foam starts to form, which will be transferred to cup. You can then add the desired amount of sugar to each cup of coffee before it’s served. In Turkey, that’s often a lot of sugar. You have to ask for it to be less sweet, if you don’t want it that way.
Turkish coffee is thicker and roastier than espresso. Once you’ve finished the cup (which is typically quite small), you’ll see a thick layer of coffee grounds left on the bottom.

Our Indegenious filter coffee

Though we have enormous types of coffee from around the world we are most accustomed to our own filter coffee served in dabarah set.
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