Twenty-nine million American adults drink coffee specialties' drinks every day. Although special coffee shops like Starbuck & # 39; and it can be found almost anywhere, Cuban coffee, known for strong flavor, but the area is located in the United States, where there is a large Cuban-American population. Sought after by coffee connoisseurs, this is the best and most sought after coffee in the world. Often compared to espresso, this is a rich blend of Cuban, Spanish and Italian coffee traditions.
Cuban coffee is roughly twice the strength of regular American coffee. It is usually served in small cups called "tacitas," which are smaller than Demitasse cups, at the end of a meal. This is a thick muddy brew java a tantalizing taste and aroma of sweet made of the amount of sugar that is used. The secret to "Cafe Cubano" or "cafecito" Cuba is known as the finely ground dark roasted coffee beans.
Coffee brought the eastern region of Cuba French immigrants in the mid-18th century. In the early 1800 & # 39; and this has become a major import than sugar. Cuba & # 39; natural and humid climate, fertile soil and cultivation techniques have made two centuries, the ideal environment for growing coffee beans. The coffee beans grown high in the Sierra Maestra Mountains shady jungle. The cultivation of beans is labor intensive and planting, cultivation, harvesting and processing methods have been perfected in every step of the way. High beans used and left out to try a day instead of mechanical dryers. No use of pesticides, such as 100% organic coffee.
Cuban coffee beans have an excellent reputation in Asia and Europe accounting for 70-80 per cent in Japan and in France exports. Other importers include Cuban coffee in Italy, Spain, Germany, the United Kingdom, Canada, Switzerland and the Netherlands. Embargo on Cuban goods has created a challenge for those who want to enjoy of this unique American coffee. However, the Cuban American grocery stores and coffee shops selling their version of Cuban coffee. Many Cuban coffee companies such as Cafe and Cafe Tu Llave Cafe Pilon to the first vendor to market "authentic Cuban coffee." The beans are grown in these brands in Brazil, Colombia and other Central and South America.
There is no secret recipe or method for Cuban coffee. All that is required of freshly ground black roasted coffee beans, sugar and "CAFETERA" two-chamber single Italian coffee. Water is the lower chamber, and the ground coffee goes in a perforated container. The top unscrewed and the pot is heated. The brewed coffee rises to the upper chamber. Pour the coffee "Tacita" and sugar was added.
Alcohol "Cafe Cubano" is still an outstanding social and cultural activities in Cuba and the Cuban-American community. The rest of the world is slowly catching up to enjoy this unique style of coffee. You can find the "authentic" Cuban coffee in many supermarkets and specialty brewers are sold everywhere. So, if you want real coffee experience to try Cuban coffee.