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Topic: beans in Miami (4 msgs / 80 lines)
1) From: Tracey Rovira
Thanks for the responses.  I haven't made too much of an effort to call
around to coffee houses, but we're going to check out someplace called
Epicure market.  Maybe we'll luck out!

2) From: Aaron
IF i remember correctly miami still has a very strong cuban population 
there.   They do coffee, I remember getting cuban coffee several years 
ago when I used to help my uncle in his warehouse down there...  try one 
of the cuban restaraunts, or even a local little coffee shop on a 
corner, they probably have coffee for you.
Aaron

3) From: John B. Webster
I travel to Miami at least monthly as I have an office there and Aaron =
your
memory serves you well.  There is a very strong Cuban population and =
Café
Cubano can be found as frequently as the ubiquitious Starbucks =
elsewhere.
Just about on every street corner and in restaurant (even non-Cuban =
ones)
they offer Café Cubano.  I have tried several times to make it at =
home, but
can't seem to dial it in like the folk in Miami.  Believe it or not most
places use canned Café Bustelo to make café con leche or café =
cubano

4) From: Sean Cary
Calle Ocho - hand rolled cigars and pork and yucca...at El Cafe.
Was not a big coffee drinker then - but did the shot glasses of Cuban
coffee.  Used to road trip there from my house in Palm Beach County - of
which I am a resident of still.
Sean - man I miss Florida...
On Feb 5, 2008 2:23 AM, John B. Webster 


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