How The World Consumes Coffee

In honor of National Coffee Day (Sept. 29th), we've looked into the ways a handful of countries consume their coffee.

Coffee is a global phenomenon, and people have been drinking it all over the world for centuries. As befits a drink that’s enjoyed by cultures that, on the surface, have almost nothing else in common with each other, coffee is roasted, brewed, and drunk in a bewildering variety of ways, some as old as time, others dating back to the first season of Cheers.

In honor of National Coffee Day, which takes place on September 29th, we’ve chosen a handful of countries around the world and assessed their coffee cultures just for you:

Coffee Culture Russia Og
Coffee Culture Ambulance
Coffee Culture Mexico
Coffee Culture Italy
How The World Consumes Coffee
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Richard Stockton
Richard Stockton
Richard Stockton is a freelance science and technology writer from Sacramento, California.
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