GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) Pavilion is the best place to test and enjoy Arabic Coffee. GCC has the same culture of hospitality to honor guests with Arabic Coffee, so when you enter the pavilion you will be offered a cup of Arabic coffee, it is poured from giant electronic Dalla (Arabic Coffee Pot). Since GCC consists of UAE, KSA, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain each week they use different coffee mixture with different species according the country or region, so when you get your cup of Arabic Coffee ask about the origin of the coffee mixture. the pavilion you will be offered a cup of coffee, it is poured from giant electronic Dalla (Arabic Coffee Pot). Since GCC consists of UAE, KSA, Qatar, Kuwait, Oman and Bahrain each week they use different coffee mixture from each of these countries, so when you get your coffee ask about the origin of the coffee mixture.
Ethiopia considered the origin and birthplace of coffee; it first was discovered in 1000 years ago by a goat herder. There is a vast diversity of coffee flavor in Ethiopia because of the distinct variations in landscape and altitudes, so the coffee flavor profile is associated to the regions, some coffee examples are Sidama,Harrar and Yirga. Drinking Ethiopian coffee is a unique experience it starts from the traditional brewing way, to the rituals and not to forget the exceptional test.
Great opportunity to sip freshly brewed Rwanda grown coffee. Treat yourself with rich flavor of the remarkable Rwandan Coffee with trio blend of Cafe Noe, Kivu Noir and Question coffee. The café in the pavilion closes at 7PM, So be on time to enjoy your cup of coffee while watching the VR of the Gorillas the endangered species in Rwanda.
El Salvador was once the 4th largest coffee producer in the world. El Salvador coffee beans are one of the highest quality available in the World. Explore this country’s pavilion afterwards emerge into a specially designed café (The Right Wave Café) decorated with surfboards, and artistic nests made from recycle martials designed by Lula Mena. There is a live Radio Station from El Salvador in the Café. I enjoyed the citrus coffee flavor while listing to how coffee shape El Salvador life style.
The Blue Coffee which you will enjoy at Jamaica Pavilion is consider the Most Expensive Coffee in the World. Arabica coffee reached Jamaica in 1728, not coffee grow in Jamaica is called Blue Mountain it must be grown above 2000 ft on the slopes of the island’s towering Blue Mountain. This coffee has a pretty loyal fan base like Queen Elizabeth II, and the Emperor of Japan. Enjoy cup of Jamaican Blue Coffee while listing to Bob Marley Songs.