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Coffee May Decrease Chances of Alzheimer’s Disease

A recent study suggests that coffee consumption may decrease your chances of developing Alzheimer's disease. The study, which was published last November, sheds light on the mysterious disease, for which there is no cure as of now. While coffee does...

Dalgona: The Greek Frappe-Like Coffee Taking Over South Korea

Dalgona, a Greek Frappe-like coffee is taking South Korea by storm! As the hot summer months are closing in upon us, iced coffee enthusiasts are longing for established favorites, such as the Greek Frappe and are coming up with...

Greek Coffee Rituals Remain at the Heart of Everyday Life

Greeks consume 5.5 kilos of coffee annually per capita, putting the country into 15th position in a global list of top coffee drinkers. Probably one of the most important traits of modern Greek society, coffee is not just part of...

Meet the Only Greek Coffee Grower in Colombia

Greek Coffee grower DImitrios Christopoulos arrived in Colombia a few years ago, without knowing anything about coffee.

Why Do Greeks Boil Their Coffee?

There's no doubt that Greek coffee remains one of the country's best known, and most flavorful, culinary traditions but -- in these days of instant coffee and Nespresso machines -- why do Greeks stick with this centuries-old method? Coffee first...

Frappe: The History of Coffee That Greeks Are Obsessed With

Frothy, cold, and full of caffeine, nearly everyone--Greeks and non-Greeks alike--loves the classic Greek coffee drink "Frappe." Frappe coffee, or Greek frape, is a foam-covered iced coffee drink made from instant coffee, sugar, ice cubes and water. Occasionally, people add...

Frappe or Freddo: The Battle of the Famous Greek Iced Coffees

The Frappe and the Freddo are more than just iced coffee drinks in Greece: they are a lifestyle! Drinking iced coffee all year round is something that the Greek people savor. Summer is officially over and fall is in full...

Things That Set Tourists Apart from Locals at a Greek Beach

When Greeks hit the beach each summer they do it with finesse.

President Sakellaropoulou’s Coffee Outing as Greece Reopens After Six Months

President of Greece Katerina Sakellaropoulou enjoyed her first outdoor coffee outing for six months, as restaurants, bars and cafes reopened.

New Way To Serve Coffee in Greece Caught Live on British TV

A hilarious incident was caught on camera on Monday as Greece's alternate minister of Foreign Affairs Miltiadis Varvitsiotis was speaking live on the BBC about how Greece is opening up to tourism. Varvitsiotis was explaining to the British audience that...