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8 Coffee Drinks From Around The World To Try This Summer

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1. Eiskaffee: German Coffee

Eiskaffee is a cold coffee drink with ice cream and brewed coffee. Once again; no espresso or frothing required!
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Eiskaffee is a cold coffee drink with ice cream and brewed coffee. Once again; no espresso or frothing required!

2. Greek Frappe

The Greek frappe is different from the one you'll find at Caribou or Starbucks. It is consumed all over Greece, with subtle variations.
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The Greek frappe is different from the one you'll find at Caribou or Starbucks. It is consumed all over Greece, with subtle variations.

3. Mexican Coffee

Mexican coffee is another drink using brewed coffee and a few other simple ingredients you probably already have at home!
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Mexican coffee is another drink using brewed coffee and a few other simple ingredients you probably already have at home!

4. Affogato

Affogato is a traditional Italian coffee, and is basically ice cream and espresso. Yum! A great summer dessert...or breakfast...or whatever.
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Affogato is a traditional Italian coffee, and is basically ice cream and espresso. Yum! A great summer dessert...or breakfast...or whatever.

5. Stovetop Latte

This coffee drink requires a few special supplies...so only try this if you've been wanting an excuse to buy a stovetop espresso maker.
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This coffee drink requires a few special supplies...so only try this if you've been wanting an excuse to buy a stovetop espresso maker.

6. Irish Coffee

No coffee list would be complete without the inclusion of Irish coffee. Hot coffee, whiskey, and cold cream combine together to create something pretty dang amazing.
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No coffee list would be complete without the inclusion of Irish coffee. Hot coffee, whiskey, and cold cream combine together to create something pretty dang amazing.

7. YuanYang: Chinese coffee

Yuanyang is a Chinese coffee made with coffee, and Chinese milk tea (or tea and milk, as this recipe uses). It was named for the Mandarin ducks whose males and females look so different from each other people often mistake them for different species. Coffee...tea...combine.
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Yuanyang is a Chinese coffee made with coffee, and Chinese milk tea (or tea and milk, as this recipe uses). It was named for the Mandarin ducks whose males and females look so different from each other people often mistake them for different species. Coffee...tea...combine.

8. Khmer: Cambodian Coffee

Khmer uses brewed coffee and hot sweetened condensed milk. And see those layers? That's natural! Not even posed for the camera!
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Khmer uses brewed coffee and hot sweetened condensed milk. And see those layers? That's natural! Not even posed for the camera!

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