Coffee Consumption. Which countries drink the most?
There are a lot of reasons to drink a good cup of coffee. You can drink it to wake you up in the morning, to increase physical performance, to improve your abilities or just because it makes you happy. According to your mood you can order it espresso, long black, ‘macchiato’, with alcohol or ice. However, we can say coffee is the most popular beverage in the world. But, which countries drink the most caffeine? There are two countries vying for this record: Holland and Finland.
Finn consume coffee every day, all day. They drink a coffee similar to Turkish type which is composed of very light roasts, much lighter than anywhere else in the world. Curiosity: if you go in Finland don’t ask for decaff because it doesn’t exist for these people. In Holland coffee time is one of the most important moment of the day. Usually the Dutch drink it eating biscuits or a slice of cake (sweet pie sometimes).
In second and third place you can find Norway and Sweden. In the former, coffee is typically served at the breakfast or after dinner. For Norwegians coffee and pastries is a perfect match! In Sweden coffee break is fundamental to get through the day. If you want to live like a Swedish, enter into a ‘fika room’, order a big piece of cake and drink an original black coffee.
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