World Tourism Day: Explore these easy coffee recipes around the world
There are different ways to prepare coffee across the globe, but have you ever tried the following five coffees from around the world? From the simple Italian Moka pot espresso shot to traditional Turkish coffee, Abdul Sahid Khan (Head Trainer, Lavazza) shares how to prepare it at home with essential ingredients.
The Vietnamese coffee is flavorful, rich, perfect and sweet on a calm day as it's also being served with ice. At the bottom of a clear thick, minor glass, the coffee is brought out with a layer of condensed milk with a stainless steel Phin Vietnamese filter sitting on top. The method for serving and brewing the coffee and the powder brewing technique is simple. The coffee is very similar to how we Indians like their coffee sweet and creamy.
This coffee is made primarily in the southern states of India and is known to be one of the best in the world. A unique South Indian filter is required, which has two chambers and comes with a tiny plunger. Though many brew this with a coffee and powder blend, we suggest you try 100% coffee for a better aroma and flavour.
The Moka Pot is an inexpensive espresso alternative. Brewing coffee with Moka pot is pure bliss, a shot of coffee so smooth, fresh very therapeutic. This a perfect equipment for the one who loves strong coffee shots.
Viennese coffee is part hot chocolate and part coffee, very similar to your cafe mocha. Topped with a decent amount of whipped cream topping with a sprinkling of cocoa powder and cinnamon powder.
Originally from Turkey, the Cezve (original name) is a brass kettle commonly used in homes and restaurants. It is used mainly in the Middle East and the Balkan countries.
There are several distinct styles of making coffee at home. So enjoy the taste of coffee from around the globe from the comfort of your home this World Tourism Day.