Armenia

Armenians opened the first European coffee houses Coffee came via Arabia to today’s Turkey and to Armenia. Armenian merchants from the Ottoman Empire opened the first coffee houses in Europe.…

Coffee Soda

Coffee is not only addictive hot with milk and sugar Anyone who has drunk cold brew coffee, espresso martini or coffee tonic, knows that coffee has its charm cold as…

Coffee Sangria

Thanks in advance to Coffee Circle for your inspiration It’s summer, it’s warm, perfect to drink red wine in the evenings. I find red wine quite heavy and fall asleep…

Coffee with CBD

Coffee for potheads? No, this hype is already common in the US. But also in England I recently tried coffee with CBD. Let’s start from the beginning. What is CBD?…

Coffee Kombucha

Probiotic coffee Anyone who has read my Copenhagen coffee tour article knows that I recently tasted coffee kombucha at the Coffee Collective in Copenhagen. Chilled or on ice a really…

Uruguay

“Uruguayans are crazy about coffee” Uruguay is one of the Latin American countries that does not produce coffee because the climate is too cold for that. Nevertheless, the country has…

Iraq

In Baghdad the Arabic coffee pot dallah has its origins. Jordan‘s port Aqaba used to be an important hub of international coffee trade. From there, the bedouin caravans brought coffee…

Bosnia

Hot, thick and strong Coffee came to Bosnia through the Ottomans. The first coffeehouse in Southeastern Europe opened in Sarajevo in the 16th century. 1591 there was the first well-equipped…

Oman

Centuries old coffee tradition Omani sultans and European merchants bought their coffee from the Yemeni port of Mocha in the early modern period. Although coffee is grown in Oman near…

Croatia

A land of coffee drinkers First, coffee came through the Ottomans via Bosnia to Croatia. But also the trade relations of Venice coffee reached around 1800 by the Viennese and…