Are you a coffee aficionado looking to take your taste buds on a wild ride across the globe? Well, then you're in luck, because we at Park and Preston Travel have got just the post for you!
Today, we're showcasing two unique international takes on coffee that are sure to make your taste buds tingle with excitement. First up, we have Dalgona Coffee, a Chinese creation that South Korea has wholeheartedly adopted and popularized. This delicious drink is made with instant coffee powder, sugar, and hot water, whipped until it becomes creamy and then added to hot or cold milk. And the best part? You can top it with anything from honey to crumbled biscuits to coffee powder or even cocoa. Creamy, sweet, and a winning combo, it's perfect for sipping on while exploring a new city or relaxing at a cozy café.
Next, we have Kaffeost from northern Scandinavia, which is a cup of coffee served with little cubes of leipäjuusto (bread cheese), traditionally made using reindeer milk. To enjoy this unique drink, you'll use the cheese to soak up the coffee and then eat the cheese and drink the coffee to fully appreciate the nutty, buttery flavor. Forget the cream and sugar because the cheese gives this drink all the richness it needs.
So, caffeine adventurers, which of these unique international takes on coffee would you prefer? Are you more of a creamy and sweet Dalgona Coffee fan, or would you rather try the nutty and buttery flavors of Kaffeost? Let us know in the comments!
At Park and Preston Travel, we believe that experiencing local flavors is one of the best ways to truly immerse yourself in a new culture. So, if you're a coffee lover looking to explore the world and try new things, we're here to help you plan your next caffeine-fueled adventure. Get in touch with us today, and let's start planning!