Moroccans like peppercorns with their coffee. Austrians prefer whip cream in their coffee. Mexicans often use cinnamon in their coffee. Egyptians like straight, strong coffee but will sweeten it at weddings. Middle Eastern coffee drinkers like to add spices such as cardamom. Italians prefer sugar in their espresso. Swiss and Germans add hot chocolate to their coffee. Belgians also like chocolate in their coffee. Turkey and Greece serve their elders coffee before all others. Ethiopians like a pinch of salt in their coffee. Ugandans wrap green coffee beans with spices and sweet grasses and hang these decorations/talismans in their homes. Bedouins serve coffee with ginger or cardamom and say to their guest “Allah wa sablan” (”My home is your home”). Yugoslavians have small coffee shops called kafano where you will be served coffee in a long-handled open pot called a devza, or cezv (known as an Ibrik in Turkey). The coffee is then poured into a small cup similar to a demitasse.