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Coffee in France?

Updated: Apr 24, 2023

Coffee is an important part of French culture, and there are many different types of coffee drinks that you can enjoy in France. Here are a few things to know about coffee in France:

  1. Espresso is king: Espresso is the most popular type of coffee in France, and it's the base for many other coffee drinks. In fact, if you order a "café" in France, you'll typically receive a small cup of espresso.

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2. Milk-based drinks: While espresso is the go-to, there are still many milk-based coffee drinks available in France, such as café au lait (coffee with milk) and cappuccino.

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3. Pastries: Coffee is often enjoyed alongside a pastry or sweet treat in France, such as croissants, pain au chocolat, or macarons.

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4. Coffee shops: Coffee shops are becoming increasingly popular in France, and you can find many independent cafés as well as larger chains like Starbucks or Costa Coffee in larger cities.

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5. Coffee etiquette: In France, coffee is often enjoyed slowly and savored, rather than rushed. It's also common to order a coffee after a meal as a way to extend the dining experience.

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Overall, coffee is an important part of French culture and there are many ways to enjoy it, from a simple espresso to a more elaborate café au lait or cappuccino.


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