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The 5 Most Coffee Addicted Nations

The 5 Mosh « Colfee- Addicted 3 Nations Compiled by http://www.espressoespresso.co.uk/ Slovakia Most common coffee beans are Robusta and Aribaca Strong coffee culture since 1918 Germany In the 90s, Germany consumed 15,000 tons of coffee Cafe and out-of-house consumption accounts for 25% of the German coffee marketplace. Sweden Coffee has been a part of Swedish culture since 1685, when it was brought back from Turkey Coffee breaks, known as "fika", are an important part of Scandinavian culture. Finland Finland is the only country in the world where coffee breaks are mandatory. Finland's coffee beans are roasted lighter than anyone's in Europe. This is accounted for by the softness and high quality of Finnish water The Netherlands The Dutch are largest coffee consumers in the world, with 70% of coffee consumed in the home. The culture of Dutch coffee drinking is heavily weighted towards Fairtrade coffee. 45% of all coffee sold in the Netherlands was sustainable. espreſo cspresso all things coffee IOFO@ESPRessoeSPRESSO.co.UK

The 5 Most Coffee Addicted Nations

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The 5 most coffee addicted nations, in ascending order, and some little known facts about their coffee culture. Compiled by http://www.espressoespresso.co.uk/

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