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In Miami, ordering coffee at the ventanitas requires you to pronounce at least some words in Spanish.
That’s why we have compiled this Cuban Coffee Glossary to help familiarize you with Cuban coffee terms.
There are people in Miami who think that American coffee tastes like water. If you go there and stick around long enough, you will understand why.
At some point while enjoying a cup of café cubano, you might have pondered how Cuban coffee ended up here in Miami, 1148 miles across the shore.
MAKE CUBAN COFFEE YOURSELF it’s not that hard…
While lots of people have perfected the art of brewing Cuban coffee at home, many do not know how to do it without using a Moka pot. If you’re one of those people, join us as we share a few secrets on how to make Cuban coffee outdoors like a pro.
Azuquita is the thick, frothy caramel-colored liquid that forms when making Cuban coffee. Coffee gurus also refer to it as “sugar foam.” Puzzled? Read on!
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