On the 6th of May, Danish coffee is celebrated – on the National Coffee Day.
- The Danes drink with 863 cups far more than we Germans with 675 cups a year!
- This is 280 mg of caffeine a day.
- 32 % of Danes drink more than 5 cups of coffee a day. That’s about 400 mg of caffeine.
- The Scandinavians drink their coffee at home classic brewed or filtered, traditionally rather brightly roasted.
- French press is also widespread.
- Danes prefer to drink their coffee black without sugar and milk.
- On the drinks menu you will even find an aftenkaffe (evening coffee)
- The proportion of decaffeinated coffee is negligible with less than 0.5 %
Through the love of coffee, it is not surprising that the Danes also have their own Danish coffee creations.
- Danish coffee is a mix of 1 cup hot coffee, 2 tsp sugar, 1 clove, 1 cinnamon stick, 2 tbsp rum.
- For Danish coffee add hot coffee into a pot on a stove, mix with sugar, add clove, cinnamon stick and rum, leave it for maximum 2 hours.
- Pour hot coffee into glasses and enjoy your Danish coffee
- originating in the western region of Jutland.
- It consists of af mix of coffee and snaps.
- A popular way to mix it is to put a coin in the bottom of a coffee cup and pour in coffee until the coin is no longer visible.
- Then pour the snaps in until the coin can be seen again through the diluted coffee.
- Risteriet – Rødovre
- Estate Coffee – København
- Kaffeagenterne – Randers
- The Coffee Collective – Frederiksberg
- Kaffebønnens Risteri – Brøndby
- Øristeriet – Rødovre
- Just Coffee – Roskilde
- Great Coffee – Århus
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