This is a specific coffee named after the religious city of Touba in Senegal. It’s coffee has a kick flavor as the coffee beans are ground with “djar”(in wolof language) or “xylopia aethiopica”, generally called Guinea pepper. Served with lots of sugar.
The original native population of coffee is thought to have come from East Africa specifically to Ethiopia. And due to the Italian influence, Macchiatos are also now a mainstay. It is a double or triple shot of Espresso with a dollop of milk foam on top. Add sugar if you wish.
Gahwa (قهوة) is a national beverage in UAE. Arabic coffee is similar to Turkish coffee but the former is spiced with cardamon and is usually unsweetened. It is common for Emirates hosts to serve gahwa to their guests.
The beverage that Costa Rican consume include coffee. A big-name brand ‘1820’ is quite famous in Costa Rica. Coffee is spelt ‘café’ in Spanish, the official language.
Bosanska kahva [pron: Bosanska Kahwa] literaly means “Bosnian coffee”. Put the fine grained coffee powder and water into a special pot with a long handle, then heat the brew to frothing. Pour it immediately to each cup, then put sugar if you would like sweety one.
Mocha مخا (pron. MO-kuh, also spelt Mockha), one of the oldest seaports in Yemen, is famous for being the major export business place for coffee from the 15th till the 17th century under Ottoman rule. Mocha Sanani and Mocha Mattari make up about one-thirds of the annual crop and would be regarded as the finest coffee in Yemen. Bitter, chocolaty and fruity.