That doesn't answer your question, but in order..
mostly Cappuccino, then latte, then 'koffie verkeerd'.
Iced coffee is popular, but not with Dutch, mostly travellers and not necessarily on warm days
Next would be 'gewone koffie' (Americano, long black or just black coffee). Those that need a quick pick up, it's a double espresso.
Repost from Patrick at Monks Coffee Rosters
1. the typical Dutch countryside, with a piece of agricutlure history (actually you can even find the first agricutlure activity of the Netherlands in this area)
2. beautiful canals that all made by hand!
3. many fun activities through the whole year around
4. the nostalgic feeling that might always stays deep in your heart
5. Loads of interesting little storied from local’s mouth. You never know what you gonna hear in a small peaceful paradise
And the small french cheeses are very popular and eaten with drinks as well as after a sweet dessert.
Niro, an Asian art artist from Srilanka lives in Utrecht, the Netherlands. What does he do? How does he like Utrecht? Watch the video.
Joshua is the owner of the Irrational Library and an artist of music and poem. He moved to Haarlem, the Netherlands about twenty years ago. What attracted him to settle down in Haarlem? How did he see the changes in the town? Watch the video.
Bea is a warm, energetic, and hardworking lady. She is originally from Surinam, which is in South America. She settled down in the Netherlands from 1977.
Reinke Grandma was the first local we considering to interview, as she and her husband used to live in plenty of countries worldwide.