This is my Estonia/Finland/Lithuania breakfasts. What items where in your breakfast in Sweden and how much comparison? I will try visit visit Sweden in the fall on a follow up trip to Estonia.
My most common, coffee (this a long black, I found a lot of people worked in Aussie/NZ and brought the drink culture with them) and local bread with butter or cream cheese(local) and Porridge. 100NT$ on average, quite cheap to what I pay in Taiwan. I found coffee drinks very cheap and had a lot when I had a chance.
Some people say “caviar” when referring to wild sturgeon only, others will use the term for other fish roe too.
I guess it was not wild sturgeon in that toothpaste tube.
Traditionally, the term caviar refers only to roe from wild sturgeon in the Caspian Sea and Black Sea (Beluga, Ossetra and Sevruga caviars). The term caviar can also describe the roe of other species of sturgeon or other fish such as salmon, steelhead, trout, lumpfish, whitefish, or carp.
The drink is about 6 euro, all fruit smoothie (no alc) with I guess berries and mango. Berries are cheap there but not some tropical fruits. The salaries (but EU standards) is not high though maybe not much different from Taiwan, but living costs are lower thus food costs are less and housing cheaper. The city is very clean and good living standard, and lots of returning residents as wages are 2X more than 10 years ago. The big downside to people I talked with is the cold and dark winter. Estonia may have more in common in language and culture with Finland than the other Baltic nations, which surprised me. I kinda like Lithuania more as a visitor but Estonia is also nice, modern and safe. Lots of good food, with recommendations from our local business contacts. (They tried to get me try Asian food there which happens a lot but I wanted try something different or local). Also the Shakshouka was chili hot, a bit of surprise in the Nordics/Baltics. BTW, beer and wine is cheap. Local beer and EU wine.
yes, compared to a drink shop in Taiwan a Mango drink is much cheaper say at Macu
which I do not go as much as would like, as the Macu near our KHH office has a 50 right next to it as my co worker(s) she will always choose the cheaper option which is 50. Anyways supermarkets in region have smoothies also 4-5 euro but lots of choices and popular