Serbian scientists name new species of beetle after Novak Djokovic
One way to start your day is with a good cup of coffee, right? The truth is, coffee is a great way to kick off the day — it’s not only a wonderful morning beverage, but also an excellent way to start the day. From a cultural perspective, coffee is a part of everyday life in almost every country in Europe, where it is part of the cultural context and is viewed as a symbol of success.
In Serbia, coffee is a part of everyday life — you can get a cup if you stop by your office, in the cafeteria, or even order it at a restaurant. But what is perhaps even more important is, the coffee culture here is as strong as it is in almost any other country in Europe. If you were to ask a typical Serbian coffee connoisseur which coffee they like the most out of all the varieties they enjoy, they would point to not only the country, but also the great man himself, the current Serbian champion, Novak Djokovic.
Serbian Coffee Culture
Serbian coffee culture has existed for a very long time and is almost a part of the culture in Serbia’s cities. Coffeehouses can be found in every major city in Serbia and have been around for a very long time. The history of coffee culture in Serbia can be traced back to at least the 16th century, but the most recognized brand of coffee in Serbia is “Belgrade Coffee”. This coffee house is a major tourist attraction all over Serbia, where visitors come from all over the world to enjoy a cup of Belgrade’s signature coffee and taste the local flavor in the traditional, old-fashioned style.
There are also plenty of local coffee shops throughout the country, which sell coffee made with locally grown coffee beans.
As a coffee lover, it is no surprise that Novak Djokovic is one of my favorite people on the planet. He is like a brother to me, a man I’ve admired and greatly admire for as long as I’ve known him.
A few years back, he was the reigning champion when he defeated the famous Italian and U.S tennis player, Roger Federer. Novak is now ranked 3rd on the Grand Slam men’s tour, alongside Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic. He is a 6-time Roland-Garros champion