Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Best “Banh Mi”

The Best “Banh Mi” Banh Mi, or bread filled with grilled pork, mayonnaise, herbs and a special spicy sauce which dance around all the flavors. Combined with a good cup of coffee and condensed milk (Vietnamese coffee),is the most popular … Continue reading

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Coffee-Vodka

  Coffee isn’t the first thing most people think of when thinking up alcoholic drinks, but coffee-infused vodka can be a great pick me up as an aperitif or as dessert after a rich meal. Try infusing your vodka with … Continue reading

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

There’s no more romantic present than a delicious breakfast with a wonderful cup of coffee brought to you in bed.

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El Café Apié

El Café Apié, a three-wheeler mobile coffee shop From Monday to Sunday you’ll see on the coast of Puerto Varas Chile, a three-wheeler coffee shop “El Café Apié”. Unlike the other coffee stores, this caffe is mounted on a three-wheeler … Continue reading

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White Coffee

White Coffee is black coffee with unheated milk or creamer added to it; this is the most popular way of drinking coffee in the United States. Some persons who drink coffee this way add sugar to it.

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Liqueur Coffee

As its name suggests, is a coffee brew with a 25 ml shot of liqueur. This brew is usually served in a clear, clean, pre-heated, liqueur coffee glass with the coffee and cream separated for good visual and taste effect.The … Continue reading

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Galão

Is a hot drink from Portugal made of espresso and foamed milk. In all similar to café latte or café au lait, it comes in a tall glass with about one quarter coffee, three quarters foamed milk, as opposed to … Continue reading

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