Top Places in the World that Serve the Best Coffee

Top places for best coffees

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Coffee is always a good idea. If you belong to the category of an ardent coffee lover with an interest to travel then this is the right place. The taste of coffee varies from city to city. And there are variations in the ingredients and methodologies in which the coffee is prepared. Each restaurant has a style, and there are variations in taste even within the city. Here is the list of top places for best coffees all around the world, which every caffeine lover would love to visit at least once in their lifetime. 

1. London 

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The coffee shops in London are at least a decade old. Each one having a unique coffee preparation mode. Cafes in London are more popular and are the best places to chit-chat with some good coffee on a late Saturday night. Coffee shops in London are so popular that you would be able to find a minimum of 3 coffee shops for every street in East London. This makes London top the list of Coffee hotspots for coffee lovers. The best thing that you can drink here is Cappuccinos and Espressos.

2. Melbourne

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The second on the list for the coffee-filled experience is Melbourne. Melbourne is the city of coffee. Almost all the top cafe brands are found in Melbourne. The people of the city also love coffee equally which makes coffee the popular beverage of the town. Melbourne is known for its taste of Piccolo latte. This is a unique coffee with less milk so that the coffee is stronger like nowhere. The streets of Melbourne are usually filled with the aroma of coffee. Taste the coffee of Melbourne and fall in love again with coffee.

3. Brazil – The coffee city

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Unlike other countries that drink coffee, Brazil is unique, in a way that it is the largest producer of coffee worldwide. Known for its large scale production and export of the Robusta and Arabica coffee seeds, the country also has an array of coffee shops. Each one serving a unique kind. The shops let consumers taste the different kinds of coffee based on the variety of coffee, the grade and the way it is roasted. Unlike the large coffee shops, Brazil has little cafes that crowd the city. Some breweries serve dark roasted strong coffees, that can take your senses to heaven. Visit Brazil during the springs to give you the best coffee experience.

4. Turkey

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Turkish coffee is gaining popularity all over the world. This country has a unique style of preparing coffee. This is usually strong and made out of a perfect blend between robusta and arabica. Served piping hot in porcelain or a cup made out of clay, Turkish coffee has. This method of coffee preparation is unique to Turkey and the Southern European countries. The potential to give you the best coffee-tic experience. Feel the impulse of the strong boiling coffee and relish it with peace. Turkey again has several street shops that sell out the best coffee. November is the best season to visit Turkey for your cup of coffee.

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5. Vietnam

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Vietnam is one of those under-estimated coffee countries in the world. Coffee was not natively found in Vietnam. The French colonists introduced coffee into this little country. But soon they developed their style of drinking it. Served both hot and cold, the Vietnamese coffee is a combination of the roasted locally ground coffee beans with spoonfuls of condensed milk. The flavor is exotic to the country that you can get nowhere. Check out the local streets of the Ho Chi Minh city of Vietnam, for some exciting coffee experience. The uniqueness has made Vietnam find a place in the list of Top places for best coffees.

6. Iceland

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Iceland is a country known for coffee lovers. Situated in the northern belt. The cold climate makes people crave for coffee. Icelanders consume several cups of coffee as they chit chat on the street of Reykjavik, the country’s capital city. There are chains of cafes in the city that have made Iceland one of the popular coffee destinations in the world. Visit the cafes of Reykjavik to give your body break from the frostbiting winds of the city with a steaming cup of coffee. This would be an authentic experience for all coffee lovers.

7. Kenya 

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How could one miss out on the city that cultivates some of the best and richest coffee varieties in the world? Initially, the country had tea as its beverage, which was preferred by the local people. Whereas coffee played a role only in the export market. But recently, Kenya has shifted its beverage culture from tea to coffee. Now, Kenya runs around 100 coffee shops within the city of Nairobi. Taste the coffee that is grown on the lands on Kenya to give your tongue the taste of pure coffee.

This isn’t the end. There are other countries like Rome, Singapore, Vienna and so on that also find a place in the top places for best coffees in the world. Several other countries have unique coffee making procedures, each one with a twist. Drink em all to satisfy your coffee demands.

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