"У мене немає кави."
Translation:I do not have coffee.
The Georgian word for 'coffee' sounds almost identical )) (The first sound is slightly different)
Not true. Most other languages have the "f" sound as in coffee (En), Kaffee (De), caffè (It), кофе (Rus) etc.
In some languages it has the "v" sound: kahve (Turkish), kawa (Polish), káva (Czech).
Note also that in Ukrainian, Polish and Czech (and probably some other Slavic languages) it's feminine while in most of the "f"-coffee languages (that have genders) it's masculine (il caffè, der Kaffee).
Fun fact! :D