Caffé

Café or Caffè? French vs. Italian Coffee Culture

On paper, the difference is just one “f” between coffee in Italy and in France — caffè and café. OK, the accent switches, too, but let’s ditch the minutia. In practice, however, the two coffee
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Rediscovering Florence: Craft Coffee, Vegetarian Dining & More

Florence is being introduced to the culture of slow coffee. New trendy caffès are opening that encourage customers to sit, relax and enjoy their
by Ali Postma
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Leaving Italy For Paris

Coffee is still good. Coffee is still cheap. The sun is still shining. The Italians are still smiling. My taxi driver was friendly. I got to the
by Erica Berman
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Fast Coffee in Italy – Quick, Cheap and Delicious

Coffee and focaccia – Breakfast in Genoa In Italy, coffee is delicious, quick, and to the point. You arrive, you order, you drink, you go.
by Erica Berman
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Best coffee in Italy – on the highway, at the Autogrill?

Today I learned an interesting coffee tidbit from a couple of Italian friends and coffee connoisseurs; the best coffee in Italy, can often be
by Erica Berman
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Smiling Cappuccino – Only in Italy

Genoa, June 2009: The search for the perfect cappuccino is on. It’s hard to go wrong when drinking any sort of coffee in Italy, but the
by Erica Berman
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Coffee in Italy – yumm!

Erica Berman At risk of offending the French, with whom I have lived for over 16 years, and Tory, who just wrote a post on coffee in France,
by Erica Berman