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The Swiss love their coffee. In 2009, they consumed an average 1140 cups per head of population. This makes Switzerland the third biggest coffee-drinking nation in Europe, with only Finland and Norway consuming more.
People in the Nordic countries generally consume a lot of coffee. It might seem surprising at first that Switzerland outstrips traditional coffee-loving countries such as Italy, but the reason lies in the different coffee cultures. While the Swiss like to have a cup of coffee at a restaurant, in the office or even at home, Italians prefer to enjoy a cup at a coffee bar – either on the way to work in the morning or in their free time.
Café crème is still the favourite among Swiss coffee drinkers, but it has lost some ground to latte macchiato. In 2009, the Swiss ordered a lot more latte macchiatos than they did in 2008.
|Cappuccino / Schale||3||19.7||4||19.11|
Source: Survey by CafetierSuisse in cantons of Zurich, Bern, Aargau, St. Gallen, Solothurn, 2008/2009
If we combine the results for all beverages of this type, they top the popularity stakes. JURA coffee machines embrace this trend. More and more models in the JURA range offer cappuccino and latte macchiato at the touch of a button with the One-Touch Cappuccino function. The cappuccino frothers with fine foam technology produce a fine-textured milk foam of the quality prepared by a professional barista.