Get the latest news on Cuban coffee!
Yes, you heard that right! There’s a very specific way to drink cafecito. Be sure to try it out the next time you visit your closest Cuban restaurant (or Miami, if you are not in town) so that you can have the time of your life!
Coffee isn’t just a beverage in Miami; it’s a tradition backed by one of the richest cultures.
Read on to learn how you can celebrate Cuban coffee culture to its fullest!
As the famous quote goes: “what tequila is to liquor, café Cubano is to the world of coffee.” Naturally, you’d expect any type of Cuban coffee to taste better than its equivalent, and café con leche doesn’t disappoint.
MAKE CUBAN COFFEE YOURSELF it’s not that hard…
Also known as cafecito, Cuban espresso is the quintessential Cuban coffee. Its strength, heavenly aroma, and sweet, rich taste earn it its hallowed spot in the coffee hall of fame.
How does your Cuban coffee taste at home? Is it as rich and flavorful as a cup from a ventanita?
If not, then there is a good chance that you are making one of these common mistakes when making Cuban coffee.
FOR COFFEE LOVERS
If you’re used to looking for the “100% Arabica” tag on your brand of coffee, you’ve probably wondered if there’s any reasonable ground for comparison between Robusta and Arabica.
Cafés used to provide a lively environment for spending quality time with friends and family while enjoying a cup of coffee. What happened? Read on.
What’s the best city to drink coffee? How many coffee celebrations do we have in the US? Read to find out!
Let’s take a look at some ingredients (and spices) that you can add to your coffee for a unique flavor.