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There is a strong coffee drinking culture in Israel. Coffee is prepared as instant (nes), iced, latte (hafuḥ), Italian-style espresso, or Turkish coffee, which is sometimes flavored with cardamom (hel).

A latte (from the Italian caffè latte or caffellatte pronounced [ˌkaffelˈlatte], meaning "coffee [and] milk") is a coffee drink made with espresso and steamed milk or soy milk. The Israeli substitute for latte is known as a "cafe hafooch" - a bottom-side-up coffee. This has almost no water and is usually served with a lot of milk. The drink is served both, hot and cold, depending on the client's preferences.

Latte is widely spread throughout various countries of the world including Italy, France, Spain, Portugal, USA and many others.

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