Cinnamon and other Spices in Coffee

Holiday season is coming The shelves are full of spiced cookies, cinnamon stars and mulled wine, so why not having Christmassy coffee. Orange, cloves, cinnamon and cardamom should not only …

Cappuccino Day

Did you know… the 8th of November is Cappuccino Day. Today the National Cappuccino Day is celebrated in the USA. Enough occasion to see why the cappuccino is so popular, …

Halloween

Homemade Pumpkin Spiced Latte Last year I shared Latteart for Halloween with you and alternative festivals like the Mexican Día de Muertos or the Brazilian Dia do Saci. This year I …

Israel

The Israeli coffee culture is older than the state itself. The tradition was adopted by the Bedouins and Arabs. But also European influences can not be dismissed. Between 1995 and …

Hungary

Hungary and its coffee houses have almost as long a history as in Vienna. Thanks to the Turks, coffee making is an integral part of Hungarian culture. The first coffee …

Day of German Unity

The German favorite drink – coffee! For the celebration of the year, the German favorite drink must not be missing. Time to have a deeper view into German coffee history …

National Mocha Day

On September 29, the National Mocha Day is celebrated in the USA. Since today is Friday and coffee is always a good idea, we celebrate for granted! Caffè mocha, more commonly …

Korea

The Italians of Asia The first cup of coffee was served in South Korea in September 1886 to American diplomats. The whole story here. In 1896 the Korean emperor Gojong …

Canada

Canadians are among the world’s biggest coffee consumer. Back in the days, tea was drunk mainly due to British immigrants. After the Second World War, returnees brought with them the …

Myanmar

Rarities Coffee In 1885, the first British missionaries began cultivating coffee plants in the Shan and Kayin area. The potential for high-quality coffee is great because of the soil that …