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Espresso, cappuccino, and macchiato are integral to the italian’s contemporary coffee culture. However, Italians are keen on caffeinating with cold coffee beverages.
Of Sicily’s countless contributions to the canon of Italian cuisine, granita is undoubtedly summer’s most desired.
Every day, more than 2.5 billion cups of coffee are consumed worldwide. Coffee lovers might partake in the simple daily ritual as soon as they wake up and then sip two, maybe even three, throughout the day.
Caramel, nuts, and dark chocolate are just some of the characteristic flavors found floating in a classic cup of joe.
Iced coffee enthusiasts are no strangers to enlivening their beverages with flavored syrup.
Coffee’s integral role in contemporary Italian culture has practically infused the liquid into the population’s DNA. The Milanesi, in particular, find coffee essential for keeping up with the city’s swift pace.
“A glass of red, please.” Plenty has changed since consumers ordered wine as such–why should ordering coffee be any different?
Nowadays, “specialty coffee” is a household name, but it’s not always clear what criteria render the coffee special.
Behind your coffee.
The Coffee Value Chain.
The journey through the world of coffee continues. A new series of interviews will take you along the Coffee Value Chain from the perspectives of expert Coffee People. Make yourself comfortable and get be ready to travel, episode after episode, from bean to cup.