India’s Filter Coffee Ranks 2nd Best in the World

Cafe Cubano from Cuba and Espresso Freddo from Greece ranks 1st and 3rd respectively.

Coffee is like magic in a cup that wakes up people all over the world. Whether you’re in a busy café in New Delhi or enjoying the peaceful hills of Colombia, coffee is more than just a drink. It’s a special moment, a time to relax, and a reason to chat with others.

Taste Atlas, a famous food guide, recently shared a list of the ’10 Best Rated Coffees’ worldwide. The first spot went to ‘Café Cubano,’ a sugary espresso shot made with dark roast coffee and sugar. Our beloved ‘Indian filter coffee’ proudly secured the second position on the list.

‘Cuban Espresso’ stands out because it’s a sweet espresso shot made by mixing sugar with dark roast coffee while brewing. You can make it using a regular stovetop espresso maker or an electric one, and it’ll have a lovely light foam on top of each cup.

Now, let’s get to know about our filter coffee, better knowns as “filter kaapi” in South India. So, what exactly makes this coffee so special? The brewing process is the key. In the traditional way, chunky coffee beans are brewed in a metal filter called a dawara. Hot water slowly drips through the grounds, making a strong and yummy coffee liquid. People usually mix this liquid with hot milk and sweeten it with milkmaid or condensed milk and the outcome is a creamy, slightly sweet and strong coffee.

So? Curious about the other contenders too? Here’s the list of top 10 coffees on TasteAtlas’s list:

1. Cuban Espresso (Cuba)

2. Indian Filter Coffee (India)

3. Espresso freddo (Greece)

4. Freddo cappuccino (Greece)

5. Cafe Bombon (Spain)

6. Cappuccino (Italy)

7. Turkish Coffee (Turkiye)

8. Ristretto (Italy)

9. Frappe Coffee (Greece)

10. Vietnamese Iced Coffee (Vietnam)

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