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Coffee experiences around the World

Coffee experiences around the World

 I love coffee and I drink from two to four cups of coffee every day. I just recently found out that there is an international day of coffee on October 1st and on that occasion I decided to explore my coffee experiences around the world and at home. I will also present a guest contribution about Neapolitan coffee by Paolo Barissano.

Coffee and its good qualities

Coffee is a very controversial subject. Some say it’s good for health, some say it’s not. Still some experts suggest drinking coffee every day as a natural source of antioxidants. They say a cup of coffee contains 17 times more antioxidants than a banana.

Latvians and coffee and me

I am Latvian and here is something special about Latvian coffee drinking habits. Most Latvians still prefer white coffee or coffee with milk. The most popular kinds are Latte and Cappuccino. I can say I am more a Scandinavian type of coffee drinkers because 75% of them prefer black coffee.

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