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Enjoy Coffees of the World

Coffee is the most popular drink in the world simply because it is an amazing stimulant and a great stress-buster. For instant energy and refreshment there's nothing like a cup of coffee!

The coffee experience is further enhanced by the various kinds of coffees such as Espresso, Cappuccino, Café Latte, Cafe Mocha, Turkish, Americano, Vietnamese and South Indian. Brief description of each kind may be seen in Resources below.

India may be a tea country but coffee is fast catching up in cities, as a result of ever-expanding coffee chains such as Café Coffee Day, Barista, Starbucks, Costa Coffee and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf.

So, what are you waiting for? Lift that cup of coffee and say cheers!

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A. South Indian Filter Coffee

Finely ground coffee is brewed in a ‘Filter’ device which has two tumblers, one inside the other. The brewed decoction flows from the inner to the outer tumbler, to which is added hot boiling milk and sugar.

B. Vietnamese

Made in a small ‘Filter’ device. Coffee is brewed with hot water and this drips in the cup below. Add milk.

C. Turkish

A strong coffee brewed in a small pot and served black. While you drink the coffee, the coffee powder gradually settles at the bottom of the cup.

D. Espresso

In an espresso machine steam is forced through roasted coffee beans at high pressure. The resulting espresso coffee will have a thick foam at the top called ‘crema’. Add sugar to the crema.

E. Americano

Made by mixing a single shot of espresso to a cup of hot water. Add sugar and very little milk.

F. Cappuccino

Made by mixing equal quantities of espresso coffee, steamed milk and milk froth, with a little unsweetened cocoa powder sprinkled on the top.

G. Café Latte

Made by mixing a single shot of espresso, three parts of steamed milk and sugar as desired.

H. Café Mocha

Made by mixing espresso, steamed milk and chocolate syrup or powder.

I. Vanilla-flavoured Coffee

If you love vanilla flavour, add a few drops of vanilla extract to your regular coffee or add vanilla beans to your grounded coffee beans. Vanilla extract reduces hanger pangs and relieves stress.

J. Hazelnut-flavoured Coffee

Adding a little hazelnut oil to the coffee will give it a smoky flavour. Hazelnut oil is an antioxidant and contains vitamin E which is good for skin and hair.

K. Maple-flavoured Coffee

Instead of sugar, add 2 to 3 drops of maple extract (not maple syrup) to your coffee cup. While the coffee has a nice maple flavour, benefits are that maple extract prevents diabetes and is good for skin.

L. Cinnamon-flavoured Coffee

Add 2 teaspoonfuls of cinnamon powder to the coffee cup or dip a cinnamon stick into the coffee. Cinnamon boosts immunity and being an antioxidant lowers blood sugar level.

M, Coffee with Hazy Nuts

Add a little hazelnut oil to your coffee. This will give your coffee a smoky flavour. Hazelnut oil contains Vitamin E which is good for skin and hair.

N. Coffee with Maple Extract

In place of sugar, add 2-3 drops of maple extract and the coffee gains rich flavour. Maple extract is good for skin and prevents diabetes.

O. Coffee with Cinnamon

Dip a cinnamon stick in your coffee and enjoy the flavour. Cinnamon boots immune system and also controls sugar level in the body.

P. Coffee with Vanilla

Add a few drops of vanilla extract to your coffee and enjoy the delicious flavour. Vanilla helps relieve stress.

Q. Coffee with Ginger

Add a few fresh slices to the coffee and experience the tangy flavour. Ginger helps in digestion and stomach bloating.

R. Coffee with Cardamom

Add one crushed cardamom pod per cup of coffee and enjoy the exotic flavour. Cardamom improves blood circulation and lowers 'bad cholesterol' levels

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