Coffee is the most popular beverage in the world. No matter where you are, you'll be able to find it.

The majority of coffee comes from processing facilities in Brazil, Vietnam, Colombia, Indonesia, and Ethiopia. Guess who imports the most coffee in the world? If you thought of an enormous country ¨who runs on coffee¨, you were right. The United States imports $5.75 billion per year, followed by Russia, Japan, and the European Union. 

The question is, how many ways of drinking coffee exist out there?

Short answer: too many. Tradition and social context define how people drink their coffee around the globe. In general, adding milk and sugar is a typical pattern, but some cultures add spices, alcohol, and even cheese! 

We found three worth-sharing ways of drinking coffee that might inspire you to tweak your cup of joe:


Vietnamese Egg Coffee

Who said coffee was supposed to wake you up? ¨Cà Phê Trứng¨ is made with robusta coffee, egg yolk, sugar, and condensed milk. Nap, anyone?

If you are tempted to DIY, check out this video.



The Finnish and Swedish aren't afraid of dairy; in fact, their traditional coffee includes dipping cheese in their coffee or having coffee with cheese pieces in it. Who are we to judge?

We dare you to try this at home! Check this detailed article on how to make the famous Scandinavian cheese, and don't forget to add the coffee! 


Irish Coffee

The traditional Irish coffee combines black coffee, brown sugar, whiskey and a generous dollop of cream. New favorite winter coffee right here! Learn how to make it so winter doesn't caught you off-guard.


Coffee doesn't judge or discriminate. There is no right or wrong, just dozens of ways of enjoying it, you just have to find yours!