4 Cultures Around the World That Love Coffee

When it comes to drinks, the most popular one would definitely be coffee. People enjoy it not just because it gives them a boost of energy, but also because it gives them an opportunity to socialize, practice their customs, or simply relax while reading newspapers. It’s safe to say that in this day and age, coffee is much more than a drink; it is a culture that we all gladly share. However, in some countries, that culture is more emphasized than in others, so here are four nations around the world that simply adore this hot beverage.


Italians love their coffee, but when ordering coffee there, there are some details you should know. For example, if you order a cup of coffee in Italy, you will get espresso. Also, they don’t drink espresso while sitting down – they take it while standing up, like a shot of alcohol.

The most famous type of coffee in Italy is probably cappuccino. It is made of espresso, steamed milk, and foam, and it is considered a real meal in Italy. They also don’t drink it after 11 a.m., because they believe that milk can harm one’s digestion (breakfast doesn’t count). Nevertheless, if you find yourself in Italy, don’t hesitate to order it whenever you want. If they do refuse to serve you cappuccino after 11 a.m., you can always order a macchiato. It only has a few drops of hot milk, so it’s not as milky as cappuccino.


In Australia, you can find all kinds of new methods of making coffee, and once you try one, you’ll want to try them all. Plus, there are some methods that you can even use at home, like the Aeropress, for example. It’s perfect for when you need a nice, hot cup of coffee as fast as possible. The method is based on forcing hot water and steam through the coffee grounds and filter. What you’ll get is a cup of coffee similar to espresso.

There is also the Chemex, which is based on drip coffee and has been around for a while. It requires about five minutes to make one cup of coffee. The taste is a bit milder than the Aeropress-made coffee, but the method is much simpler.

Moreover, there are methods that use coffee pods for making coffee, which is also great if you only need one quick cup of coffee. You might be worried about the waste though, but there’s no need for that. There are many manufacturers that make biodegradable pods similar to the popular Nespresso pods, so you can rest assured that your coffee would be good not just for you but for the environment as well.


When talking about Cuban coffee, the first adjective that would come to mind is probably “strong”. Indeed, Cubans love their coffee to be powerful. If you do get a chance to try it, the first type you should try is the “colada”. You will get it together with a few small plastic cups, and there’s a reason for that – it is extremely strong. So, don’t drink it like the Starbucks espresso, and if you’re not trying it alone, don’t hesitate to share it.


When speaking of the USA and coffee, most people will immediately think of Starbucks. Americans love their coffee, and most of them love it “to go”, which also means that coffee often comes in disposable cups with plastic lids. It could be said that a great part of their coffee culture is based on convenience and speed, but it doesn’t make their coffee any less delicious. Plus, being the melting pot that it is, the USA offers types of coffee from all over the world, so you are guaranteed to find one that’ll fit all your needs.

Nowadays, most people can’t imagine their day without a nice cup of coffee in the morning. It is a drink that has become a part of our modern lifestyle, mostly because there are many different ways of brewing and serving it. Whether you enjoy espresso or Starbucks, the right cup of coffee is never too difficult to find.  



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.