I just love coffee and Brazil has excellent brands… I will post about a traditional one in Rio de Janeiro in the next days, Capital Café, one of my favorites in The world.
Coffee lovers, it’s time to get some sugar and spice into your cup! If you are traveling to Africa, Central / South America, or Asia, we encourage you to drink like a native. These nine wonderful drinks are weaved into local tradition — from ceremonies to egg cream, we encourage you to explore the bounty of caffeine goodness before you!
As the birthplace of coffee, it should come as no surprise that sipping coffee in Africa is more of a lifetime experience than a beverage. When in Ethiopia, reserve an afternoon to participate in a traditional coffee ceremony. This beautiful ceremony begins with roasting the beans and ends with a stunning cup of coffee — most often shared with neighbors and new friends. Moving west to Morocco, sneak into a cozy restaurant or hotel and ask for a Moroccan spiced coffee. Similar to an American holiday spiced…
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