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Drink Coffee the French Way

By | Coffeecademy, France, History, International | No Comments
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 the coffee press being named for the French, most of the coffee enjoyed out of the h.....
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....
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Drink Coffee the Australian Way

By | Australia, Coffeecademy, History, International | No Comments
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 c.....
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...
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How Do People Drink Coffee In New England? Hint: Coffee Milk

By | Coffeecademy, History, International, New England | One Comment
In New England, where dairy farms are plentiful, there’s a favorite coffee-flavored beverage — coffee milk. Coffee milk isn’t coffee with milk. It’s milk with a sweet coffee syrup. Here’s a little bit on this beverage, along with how to make your own coffee milk. Coffee Milk was Likely Made by Italian Immigrants As with many foods and drinks, the origins of coffee milk are obscure. It was first created in the 1920s or 1930s in Rhode Island, but who initially made.....
In New England, where dairy farms are plentiful, there’s a favorite coffee-flavored beverage -- coffee milk. Coffee milk isn’t coffee with milk. It’s milk with a sweet coffee syrup. Here’s...
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Drink Coffee the Vietnamese Way

By | Coffeecademy, History, International, Vietnam | No Comments
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 at home. Vietnamese Coffee Has French Influence The French introduced many things to Vietnam, including coffee. In fact, all three things used to make Vietnamese coffee were first brou.....
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...
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Drink Coffee the British Way

By | Coffeecademy, England, History, International | No Comments
England has long been a tea-drinking country, and Brits continue to perfect their personal tea-steeping methods over decades of study and enjoyment. There is a shift, though, in England towards coffee — and it’s largely being shaped by American-style cafes. If you’ve ever ordered an espresso beverage at a cafe, chances are you’ve already had coffee the British way. The British Are Particular About Their Tea Everyone in Great Britain has a particular way they make t.....
England has long been a tea-drinking country, and Brits continue to perfect their personal tea-steeping methods over decades of study and enjoyment. There is a shift, though, in England towards...
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