The coffee in the Czech Republic seems to come in three main groups; Turkish Coffee, Instant Coffee and Real Coffee. You can buy all three in a restaurant. Turkish Coffee isn’t my favorite – its like mud and still contains the coffee grinds! Instant Coffee is usually Nescafe or some other usual brand. Real Coffee is very good here – very good.
Funnily enough, outside of Prague, real coffee is sold by Segafredo outlets NOT Starbucks. I prefer Segafredo to be honest but a cup of Starbucks can make a nice change. There are also many private coffee shops that simply offer very good coffee.
Massimo Zanetti founded Segafredo Zanetti. Initially he developed the business within Italy, where it soon became a leader in the licensed and public premises market. The company then extended into the consumer market and large scale retail trade, before going on to conquer the international markets.
Segafredo Zanetti is now the leading Espresso producer in Italy and throughout the world, with more than 70,000 clients and 50 million cups of espresso drunk each day. It certainly appears to be the most common outlet for coffee in Brno….