Greek freddo ranked above Italian cappuccino in world’s best coffees


Greek freddo espresso and the freddo cappuccino made in Greece are considered superior to the Italian hot cappuccino, according to the Taste Atlas list of the 27 best European coffees., has reported that the well-known website, which deals with food and drink rankings published a list of the coffees that have received the best ratings from the public.

The most popular coffee in Greece seems to have a wide appeal in other countries as well, since the freddo espresso is ranked at number 3, while freddo cappuccino, is not far behind. However, the Greek presence in the coffee rankings does not stop there, as the frappe is at number 9.

At the top of the list is the Cuban espresso, the big surprise, however, is in second place, where the Indian filter coffee is found. It’s a brewing technique in which the coffee is made using a special filter.





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