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Lavazza takes you on a journey through the habits and customs of the countries where the tradition of drinking coffee began. 

You can also browse through a collection of coffee recipes and recipes associated with coffee, with the exotic fragrance of distant lands.

Ethiopia - The First Drinkers of Coffee
ETHIOPIA THE FIRST DRINKERS OF COFFEE
Coffea Arabica actually originated in Ethiopia, and not Brazil as is often thought.
Yemen - Home to some of the best coffee in the world
YEMEN THE YEMENITE ORIGINS OF COFFEE
Arabica coffee from Yemen is one of the best in the world.
Egypt - The World's First Coffee Capital
EGYPT THE WORLD’S FIRST COFFEE CAPITAL
Coffee consumption in Egypt developed thanks to the brotherhood of Sufi Islamic mystics.
JORDAN - BEDOUINS AND COFFEE BOYS
JORDAN BEDOUINS AND COFFEE BOYS
In the past, Jordan was another important coffee trading country.
TURKEY - AT THE COURT OF THE SULTANS
TURKEY AT THE COURT OF THE SULTANS
Coffee also came to Turkey in about 1500, thanks to a community of dervishes...
TUNISIA - OTTOMAN AND ANDALUSIAN INFLUENCE
TUNISIA OTTOMAN AND ANDALUSIAN INFLUENCE
In a region like North Africa, where tea is the beverage of choice, the Tunisian coast is an exception
SYRIA A COFFEE… “FOR ALWAYS”
SYRIA - A COFFEE… “FOR ALWAYS”
When walking around a Syrian city, you will often see giant reproductions of coffee pots, because the Syrians consider coffee part of their lifestyle.
LEBANON ALL THE WORLD’S COFFEE IN ONE CITY: BEIRUT
Lebanon - All the world's greatest coffee
In the cosmopolitan, Westernised city of Beirut, coffee is served in every conceivable way.
SENEGAL THE SACRED COFFEE OF AMADOU BAMBA
SENEGAL - THE SACRED COFFEE OF AMADOU BAMBA
In a modern country like Senegal, coffee has a long tradition: even today, cafè Touba can be found everywhere.
JAVA (INDONESIA) Java - Coffee culture of Indonesia
JAVA (INDONESIA) - THE LUWAK AND ANCIENT TRADITIONS
When it comes to the coffee culture, Java is the most interesting of all the Indonesian islands, thanks to the coexistence of various communities.