For a long time, Italy has been dubbed the land of producing wonderful coffee drinks, famous in the world. Each cup of Italian coffee has a strong flavor, refinement and attraction. Along with the flow of time, Italian coffee culture has become an indispensable feature of the country of beautiful boots.
Italy is one of the countries contributing to bringing coffee culture closer to consumers across continents. Enjoying coffee is not just a simple habit every morning, but gradually becomes a refined art. In 1615, the first coffee beans appeared in Italy through street vendors. By the 1645s, the first cafe was born in Vience.
The blend of Arabica and Robusta or just using Arabica seeds is the factor that makes the unmistakable characteristic flavor of Italian coffee. The difference between Italian coffee and other types of coffee in the world is in beautiful brown cockroach, no oil or little oil. The best coffee beans, chosen by the Italians, are roasted and scented and flavored according to the traditional secret to create a characteristic flavor.
Two types of coffee marked in Italian coffee culture are Espresso and Cappucino. Espresso in Italian means fast. When brewing Espresso, Italians will boil water and pour it into a filter, allowing the water to flow quickly and forcefully, the force of water will compress the coffee, forming a flow of coffee down through a filter.
A deep Espresso layer at the bottom and a layer of milk foam floating on the surface are the charm and sophistication of Italian Cappucino cups. The Italian Cappucino Cafe also sprinkles a little sweet chocolate powder or a fragrant cinnamon powder to increase the attractive flavor of coffee.
Coffee is an indispensable daily drink of Italians. Especially, Italians only enjoy coffee in the morning, noon and evening is not the time for coffee. For Italians, coffee is like a drink that awakens all senses, starting a new energy day, because the amount of acid in the coffee helps to increase the ability to excrete the digestive system.