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Published on March 11, 2014

Author: MarkTissont

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The coffee Culture In Australia: The coffee Culture In Australia Undoubtedly , Australia is a nation obsessed with coffee. The last two decades, especially, have seen Australians go crazy without their morning cup of freshly brewed and aromatic beverage. Not only have they embraced the world culture of coffee, but they have created a distinct culture of their own. When it comes to coffee, Australia is a bit puritanical. 2008 saw 61 Starbucks stores closing and there are many cafes that consider sugar to be a “sacrilege.” But, be it the delicious Nespresso compatible capsules and Lavazza pods or “proper” coffee, there is nothing that the nation doesn’t embrace. •Types of Coffees – The following types of coffee can be found in any Australian café and coffee shops – Cappuccino – This consists of an espresso shot, frothed milk and some added cocoa power (sweetened) for topping it all. Any time of day is perfect for this coffee. Even though Italians only order cappuccino at breakfast, in Australia, you’ll find this beverage being consumed at dinner and lunch as well. Flat White – This is basically an espresso shot and slightly frothing milk without any cocoa to top it. Café Latte – Café latte is a milkier version of Flat White and less strong than it. Long Black – Double espresso shots without any milk are called Long Black. Mocha – It is very much like cappuccino but the cocoa is added. Piccolo – A small latte is called a piccolo. Espresso or Short Black – A small cup containing a straight espresso shot is called short black. Ristretto – Ristretto contains lesser water than espresso and is similar in every other respect to the above option . Macchiato – It is basically an espresso but it is “stained” with or contains a dash of frothed milk . •Prices in Coffee Shops – Coffee can either be ordered for having at the café or taking away (or “have in” and “take away”). In Australia, for the first quarter of 2013, the average price of takeaway cappuccino was $3.5. Except Sydney and Melbourne, where dine in prices are slightly higher, the rest of the nation pays almost the same for both the options. •Preferred Coffee – Cappuccino is easily the preferred coffee by most Australians. •Number of Coffee Shops – As per Australian Bureau of Statistics, there are 13,987 cafes and restaurants that operated in Australia by June 2007, though the number is sure to have gone up by now. •Brands – Apart from Nespresso compatible capsules and Lavazza pods, these are the popular coffee brands in Australia –     Instant Coffee – Australians love their instant coffee and the popular brands in this range include International Roast, Nescafe, Maxwell House and Moccona . There are several generic brands which are pretty popular with people too because they are low in cost. Real Coffee – Coffee club, Jamaica Blue and Gloria Jeans are pretty popular and Starbucks didn’t do too well in Australia because of lack of marketing. Flat white was actually created in Australia and became so popular the cafes across London and New York also started seeing this coffee. Carraresi supplies Italian coffee blends and capsules. For more information visit http:// www.carraresi.com.au/capsules-compatible/capsules-compatible-nespresso

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