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Drink Coffee the French Way

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In France, cafes don’t tout their syrup flavors, blended concoctions or even whipped cream — which is even questionably on a hot chocolate. Instead, they serve coffee, brewed as espresso. Order Like the French: “Un Café” Most French coffees are built around the café, which is essentially an espresso. Despite…

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Drink Coffee the Australian Way

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Many countries and regions are known for their unique ways of brewing coffee. Mexican coffee is made with piloncillo, South Indian coffee requires a Dabarah, and Vietnamese coffee uses sweetened condensed milk. In New Orleans, cold brew is popular, and New Englanders like their coffee milk. Australia, however, doesn’t have…

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Origin Spotlight: Ethiopia

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One of the original coffee-growing countries and one of the most respected, Ethiopia is a pillar in the coffee industry. The country not only produces lots of coffee — it was the fifth-highest coffee producing country in 2014 — but it also produces some of the world’s best coffees. Coffee…

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Drink Coffee the Vietnamese Way

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Vietnamese coffee is a strong, sweet and milky concoction that’s made with dark-roasted coffee and sweetened condensed milk. Easy to make and delicious, many people love coffee that’s made the Vietnamese way. If you’d like to try it, here’s a little bit about the drink and how to make it…

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