Tired of the standard flat white or latte? Fill your senses with some of the more exotic coffee styles from around the world - they might feel pretty plain in their home country too!
Austria - Wiener Melange
This is similar to a cappuccino, with steamed milk and extra foam - but whipped cream is often added. We have a long black with whipped cream and know it as a 'Vienna coffee'
Bermuda - Bermuda Coffee
This one is a bit naughty - it wouldn't be Bermudian without rum. This cocktail of Irish Cream, Fresh roasted french pressed coffee and rum with a cinnamon sugar garnish is an island favourite.
Brazil - Cafezinho
The caipirinha is considered Brazil's national drink, but the most popular drink for locals is far and away the cafezinho. Small cups of strong espresso, but pre-sweetened and most of the time they are brewed with the sugar.
Cuba - Cafe Cubano
Similar to its Brazilian neighbours, the Cubans love their coffee short, black, strong and sweet. Also brewed with sugar.
Finland - Kaffeost
Cheese curds instead of sugar cubes... Yep, the Finnish love their hot coffee poured over chunks of juustoleipa... They love it a lot more than you'd think!
France - Cafe au Lait
It's pretty simple, it's french for "coffee with milk". They prefer a 50-50 ratio of fresh brewed coffee and steamed milk. The bigger the cup, the better - good for dipping croissant.
Germany - Pharisaer
This one is a beast. Coffee, rum, sugar, whipped cream, and choccy shavings. It's a babyccino for very adult babies...
Greece - Frappe
The Frappe was actually invented by a Nescafe rep back in the 50s... but it's a popular summer beverage in Greece. It's a simple cocktail - instant coffee brewed and chilled, drowned in milk foam.
Hong Kong - Yuenyueng
Like coffee? Like tea? How about both! Yuenyueng is a popular blend of milk tea and coffee which can be enjoyed hot or cold. It can come in unique flavours depending on the type of milk tea used.
Ireland - Irish Coffee
A classic cocktail of hot coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar and topped with thick cream.
Italy - Espresso Romano
You may think that true Italian coffee is a strong shot of espresso in a tiny porcelain cup... you would be right if you included a slice of lemon, which is said to bring out the sweeter flavours of extraction.
Malaysia - Yuanyang
Another tea and coffee combo - a powerful blend of black coffee, Hong-Kong style milk tea, then some black tea and milk.
Mexico - Cafe de Olla
The traditional cup of Mexico uses piloncillo (unrefined cane sugar) and is simmered in a cinnamon stick. Locals believe that a clay mug is the best way to bring out the coffee's flavours.
Morocco - Spiced coffee
The North-African country serves up a diverse and strong cup. You'll find a fragrant blend of warm spices like cardamom, black pepper, cinnamon, clove and nutmeg. It sounds like an expensive bar of soap - but it is a delicious experience!
Portugal - Mazagran
A refreshing summer drink with espresso and lemon juice or lemon soda which is something you can try at home on a warm Sunday afternoon!
Saudi Arabia - Qahwa
Saudi Coffees are similar to those served in other countries in the region - adding spices of cinnamon, cloves, saffron and ginger. Qahwa is often served with dried dates to offset the bitter aromatics.
Senegal - Cafe Touba
Touba is flavoured with Guinea pepper and sometimes cloves are added. The spices are added to the green beans and roasted together - giving the coffee a real kick!
Spain - Cafe Bombon
Intensely thick and sugary, the bombon is the choice of those with a sweeter tooth. It's served with equal part coffee and condensed milk... yowser!
Turkey - Turk Khavesi
"Turkish coffee" is famous for it's thick, sludge-like consistency. Finely ground coffee beans are simmered in a special copper or brass pot called a cezve. It's unique because it is served unfiltered - so you drink it with the grounds!
Vietnam - Ca Phe Da
This coffee is both sweet and strong. The Vietnamese iced coffee is brewed with a coarsely ground dark roast, straight into a cup of condensed milk/ice. It's a Spanish iced coffee!