Coffee is a universally consumed beverage by the most productive of people.
If you were to travel across the globe you would quickly recognize that many cultures do not consume coffee with the typical artificial sweetener that most of us have been putting into our bodies for decades.
If you traveled to Ethiopia, the motherland of our beans, you might participate in a traditional Coffee ceremony, a ritualized form of making coffee with friends and family and drinking it. Ethiopians tend to add butter, salt or even honey to add to their coffee delight.
If you took a quick tour around the Northern Scandinavian region of northern Europe, which includes, Norway, Sweden and Denmark, you may be suggested to add cheese into your coffee. This tradition is known as kaffeost, which is Swedish for coffee cheese.
If you take a quick detour to Ireland, you would be suggested to put a splash of whisky in your coffee. Who doesn't want some alcohol to spruce up their morning? As the Irish would say, our Cawfee is QUARE.
In Vietnam, Cà phê trứng, also known as egg coffee in English is a traditionally consumed beverage consisting of egg yolks, sugar and coffee.
Ditch your old milk and half and half coffee for a new experience!
Now that you have The Cawfee Shop in your own home, please use the traditions above to spruce up your coffee cup. Be sure to tell your family and friends!
Different Ways to Say Coffee
Cawfee New York Accent
קפה (kafeh) Hebrew
cà phê Vietnamese