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  • Moscow
    June, 6
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  • Warsaw
    June, 10
    Warsaw is the capital and the largest city in Poland in terms of population and territory. Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in Poland – more than 80% of Polish people regularly drink coffee. According to the statistic, annually people drink over 500 cups of coffee. Most coffee-lovers live in Warsaw, they begin their breakfast with the cup of coffee with milk (47% of population) or a cup of espresso (34%). People from big cities drink more coffee, moreover they like to do it in different cafes rather than at home.
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  • Budapest
    June, 12
    Budapest is the capital and the largest city in Hungary. We can call people from Hungary as the coffee lovers, but they could not get used to the strong espresso culture for a long time. In Budapest, people like medium and high roasted coffee. They widely use chicory and prefer to add some milk or cream to their favorite coffee. On the holidays they chose very strong filtered coffee with sugar. A very interesting thing is that Hungarians love coffee, which is flavored by the national strong alcoholic drinks, like an apricot liqueur “Barack Palinka” or plum brandy “sljivovica”.
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  • Vienna
    June, 12
    Vienna is one of the oldest cities not only across Europe, but also across the world. Vienna has over three thousand years of history. About 1278 Vienna became the capital of Austria by the Habsburgs time. In Austria there are annually over 215 liters of coffee per every resident of the country, including children. And Austrians are familiar with more than 50 coffee recipes. In Vienna traditional coffee drink considered to be with milk, whipped cream and chocolate flakes - Viennese "Melange". An interesting drink Austrians have is "Blondlot" - coffee with honey, apricot schnapps and cream. One of the most popular drinks is "fiaker" – coffee with rum and brandy, and "Maria Theresa" – coffee with whipped cream and sugar powder, with added orange liqueur.
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  • Zurich
    June, 16
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  • Madrid
    June, 20
    Madrid is the capital and the largest city of Spain. Culture of Madrid reflects to its history as a royal city, the center of Spanish Empire. Every person in Spain consumes about 4 kilograms of coffee during the year. 84% of population prefers to drink coffee at the breakfast and 66% - loves to have a cup of coffee after lunch or dinner. In addition to that, 3 people out of 4 consider coffee as a "healthy beverage that allows them to have a social life". The most popular coffee in Spain is «cortado», which is made from espresso and milk in equal proportions. In Madrid, the most popular coffee drink is «manchado», which is essentially the same as «cortado» with just a bit more milk than espresso. On holidays they like to drink a «carajillo» - the mix of espresso and brandy.
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  • Paris
    June, 23
    In the capital of France and center of Ile-de-France region coffee culture was originated in the second half of the XVII century. As you may know French people are very rigorous with all food then other Europeans. Perfection of the famous French recipes was reflected to the French coffee culture. French people drink coffee all the time. In the morning they love to drink coffee with milk or cream. During the day – with croissants, crackers, tarts, cookies, cakes. The interesting fact is that in France people love drinking coffee with cheese. Usually coffee serves with the several types of cheese, for example, blue cheese and other variations.
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  • Cologne
    June, 25
    Cologne is a city in the Federal Republic of Germany, in the North Rhine-Westphalia. Cologne is on the fourth place in Germany in terms of population and the third in terms of territory and it is one of the largest economic and cultural centers of the country. Earlier, In Germany coffee was the subject of prohibitions and smuggling. At the same time this drink was a symbol of intelligence and the public welfare. However, in Germany the number of coffee liters that were drunk per year was even ahead of beer: about 150 litters per average German inhabitant (and only 120 litters – for beer !) German people kept the tradition to drink coffee after the breakfast; they prefer to have it with milk and whipped cream. Earlier, in Germany people loved to have a cup of pure black coffee for the breakfast, but nowadays there are “Milchkaffee”, cappuccino and Latte Macchiato (a glass of milk with a small amount of espresso). Originally, Latte Macchiato was a drink for children, but later on adults loved it too J But who don’t ?)
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  • London
    June, 27
    London is a capital of the Great Britain (like we all know from the very first English language lesson J ) and also political, economic and cultural center of the UK. Coffee beans were brought to the UK in the 16th century with the help of the British and Dutch East India Companies. The UK consumes about 560 million pounds of coffee annually; and it’s only 100 million more than tea amounts. The surprising fact is that about 80% of people in Great Britain prefer instant coffee to coffee beans. In the Britain almost every single dinner ends up with the large cup of flavored coffee with the whipped cream. It serves with the cakes, marmalade and jam.
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  • Manchester
    June, 29
    Manchester is the city in the North West of England, Great Manchester area. Coffee beans were brought to the UK in the 16th century with the help of the British and Dutch East India Companies. The UK consumes about 560 million pounds of coffee annually; and it’s only 100 million more than tea amounts. The surprising fact is that about 80% of people in Great Britain prefer instant coffee to coffee beans. In the Britain almost every single dinner ends up with the large cup of flavored coffee with the whipped cream. It serves with the cakes, marmalade and jam.
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