The Coffee for Two – Cultures in Dialogue exhibition, opened Sunday at Katara – the Cultural Village, featuring a selection of around 50 artifacts that put a spotlight on the beverage as a universal language and symbol of generosity.The exhibition Coffee for Two - Cultures in Dialogue takes a closer look at the history of the well-known brew with maps that track the coffee route. This is because there are numerous ways to prepare and drink coffee, such as some that are quick, some that are slow, some that include milk and sugar, some that are hot, and some that are cold.
Source and image credit: Katara Cultural Village
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