Italy is synonymous with espresso. Italians enjoy short, strong shots of coffee, usually standing at a bar. Variations like macchiato (espresso with a drop of milk) and cappuccino (espresso with equal parts of steamed milk and foam) are also popular.
Turkish coffee is finely ground coffee beans simmered with sugar and water in a special pot called a cezve. It's unfiltered and traditionally served in small cups. The grounds settle at the bottom, and the coffee is often accompanied by a piece of Turkish delight.
Ethiopia is considered the birthplace of coffee. The traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony involves roasting green coffee beans, grinding them, and brewing the coffee in a special pot. It's a social and cultural event symbolizing hospitality.
In France, café au lait is a popular choice. It consists of equal parts brewed coffee and hot milk. It's often enjoyed with breakfast or as an afternoon pick-me-up.
Vietnamese iced coffee, or cà phê sữa đá, is made with strong drip-brewed coffee, sweetened condensed milk, and ice. It's a sweet and refreshing way to enjoy coffee in the tropical climate.
Sweden has a strong coffee culture centered around "fika," a coffee break that often involves pastries or sandwiches. Swedes enjoy coffee throughout the day, both at home and in cafes.