Annual Review 2017 – Top 10 Traditional Preparation

Annual Review 2017 – Top 10 Traditional Preparation

Today part 2 of my annual review.

After yesterday’s top 5 coffee countries, I also wanted to present you with a top 5 of traditional preparations. I could not decide, for that I just like the variety too much. Therefore, here my Top 10. The recipes are available by clicking on the headline.

#10 Indian Masala Coffee

Coffee that not only enchants you with its taste, but also relaxes when frothing your milk with Tumbler and Dabarah. Be sure to give it a try.

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#9 Cafe con Leche y Queso blanco from Panama

There are people who add milk to their coffee, so why not cheese? Interesting tradition, where the melted cheese can be eaten after the coffee.

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#8 Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony – Buna

What would my blog be without the origin of coffee and its coffee tradition ?! An absolute must for every coffee fan.

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#7 Indonesian Es Alpakut

Avo-Latte was a real trend this year. But coffee with avocado is a traditional preparation in Indonesia – very refreshing on ice.

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#6 Japanese Iced Coffee

Brewed with the hand filter and immediately dripped on ice – you do not get a clearer coffee taste.

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#5 Arabic Qahwa

Beautiful. Even though rosewater and saffron are very unusual in coffee, the taste and sight remain in the memory for a long time.

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#4 Vietnamese Cafe Sua Da

That’s what a holiday tastes like! With or without ice cubes it is creamy sweet and yummy.

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3# Taiwanese Sea Salt Coffee

Salty caramel tastes delicious – the coffee is adorable! You have to try it.

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#2 Mexican Café de Olla

Floral and fruity – the orange peel just gives the coffee a great aroma.

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#1 Turkish Coffee

The most original way of making coffee and number one in many countries – also mine 🙂

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Tomorrow my Top 5 Coffee Trends follow.

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