A Coffee Country That’s Not So in Vogue …

In this article, the magazine Vogue discusses countries that take their tea- and coffee-based drinks very seriously … Of note, according to the article are Brazil, Portugal, and Australia … Ethiopia, the origin of the most famous of drinks, where the traditional ceremony of coffee is taken very very seriously, seems to have been forgotten rather quickly …

https://www.vogue.com.au/travel/experiences/the-best-countries-in-the-world-to-get-tea-and-coffee/image-gallery/0957bf95134ab901e6e6e7d2dfc6687e?pos=1

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