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6 Historic Buenos Aires Cafés

Historic Buenos Aires Cafés Buenos Aires is known for its historic cafés and bars. These are the places where Jorge Luis Borges charted the course of Argentine literature over coffee; where Carlos Gardel crooned tango tunes; where Ernesto Sábato scribbled novel chapters in notebooks. They’re also the social centers of neighborhoods, the equivalent of a …

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Where to find the Best Coffee in Bucharest Romania

Best Coffee in Bucharest Romania With this guide, the best coffee in Bucharest is easy to find…The coffee scene of Bucharest, Romania may surprise you. A number of top-quality coffee specialists have sprung up in the past few years. The scene is so good that a Romanian barista I talked to was actually disappointed by the coffee culture …

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Chilling out in Colombia’s Coffee Country

  Chilling out in Colombia’s Coffee Country High in the hills of central Colombia, where the fog is heavy and the vegetation the deepest of greens, you’ll find the country’s capital of chill. I first went to Salento back in 2010. We planned a few days there, but could have spent more. It’s a great …

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One Man Travels the World for the Perfect Cup of Coffee

The following is a sponsored article from the coffee experts at Taylors of Harrogate. What if you made it your mission to traverse the globe for the perfect cup of coffee? To source the ingredients from the purest places? To find the best coffee beans, the purest water, the most-perfect roasting location, and the freshest …

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Where my coffee comes from

“I tried to buy a ticket too, but they’ve run out of seats,” says the only other Gringo on the bus. There has to be 200 of us packed into this former American school bus. And without a ticket, this means we’ll be standing for the two-hour haul over the mountains to Matagalpa. This is our first time on an “express” bus, opposed to the “ordinario” or “chicken” buses which do not require an advance purchase or have seat numbers.

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