Coffee is loved all around the world, but you may be surprised by how people take it. From Italian Marocchino to traditional Irish coffee, bring your cup on a tour to see how five places around the world enjoy their coffee. Let us know if you’ve tried any of these: We’d love to hear your favorite spins on the caffeinated classic.
Café de Olla, Mexico
Ingredients: Cinnamon Stick, Water, Piloncillo*, Coffee
- Traditionally prepared in a clay pot. In a saucepan, combine water, 1 cup ground coffee, 5 oz Piloncillo and a cinnamon stick. Stir and bring to a slow boil. Remove and let steep for 5-10 minutes. Strain coffee out of the pan through a filter.
- *Piloncillo is unrefined pure cane sugar, shaped into the form of cones.
Ingredients: Milk, Espresso, Cocoa Powder
- Espresso is Italy’s go-to when it comes to coffee. Pull a shot of espresso, add milk and top with cocoa powder.
Ingredients: Cold Coffee, Sugar, Lemons, Ice
- Add ½ cup of fresh lemon juice to coffee (sugar to taste), and serve over ice.
Irish Coffee, Ireland
Ingredients: Coffee, Whiskey, Sugar, Whipped Cream
- Coffee meets cocktail. Add 1 tsp of sugar and 1 shot of whiskey to hot coffee and stir. Float whipped cream lightly on top.
Flat White, Australia/ New Zealand
Ingredients: Steamed Milk, Espresso
- Invented in Australia, pour steamed milk over 1-2 shots of espresso.
Ingredients: Instant Coffee, Sugar, Water, Hand Mixe
- A frothy iced drink made with instant coffee. Combine 1 tsp of instant coffee, 1 tsp sugar, and a splash of water in a glass. Using a hand mixer (or your Capresso frother), mix together. Add ice cubes and cold water.
To find out more about Capresso, visit www.Capresso.com.