Coffee Served on Airlines around the World
If you are a coffee addict connoisseur, the chances are that you will not be able to go long flights without drinking at least one cup. But being the addict connoisseur that you are, you are also picky about your coffee. Therefore, you will want to know what type of coffee is served whenever you are in for a long haul.
But there are so many airlines to be considered. How do we know what type of coffee is served on each flight? How do we know it’s any good? Do they have our favorite coffee there as well, or do we have to make do with what we have?
The good thing about most airlines is that they go out of their way to bring us our favorite brands – or at least something that will make long flights seem less stressful. For instance, here are some examples:
- USA: With the American Airlines serving Java CityTM coffee and DELTA (along with others) serving Starbucks, we know that the dose of caffeine will keep us fresh and ready to take on a long flight.
- UK: Starbucks is once more on a roll, along with other famous brands such as Kenco and illy.
- Australia: Don’t you just love a good cup of Nespresso? It definitely keeps you awake while making you feel fancy.
- France: When you’re flying with a cup of Segrafredo or illy in our hands, the long haul suddenly doesn’t seem so horrible anymore.
- Turkey: Turkish people are famous for their coffee – so what better way to fly than with a nicely brewed traditional Turkish coffee?
There are many brands for you to try – so many, that you might even want to book a tour all around the world for them. If you are curious to see exactly what brand is served on your flight, check out the following infographic by the coffee experts at DrippedCoffee.