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    How did they do that?

    I was vacationing in Caracas a long time ago. My brother and I, both single and in business together, decided to take our folks on a vacation to Venezuela. This was approximately '96 and my parents had not done much travelling. We had a lot of fun. One of my clearest memories is having breakfast early with my father while the other two slept in. We both commented on the coffee. This was in the hotel and I really don't know what that was any more. What I do remember was the both of us saying, "wow that's really good". It was different in that it was, or at least felt, thicker. It came black, nothing mixed in. I added cream, sugar, but it felt smooth and literally thicker then usual coffee. Best coffee I've ever had.

    Anyone have any idea what I'm talking about in regard to consistency? I'd love to recreate that.

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    maybe super fresh coffee with a really good machine and a nice grind?

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    they make a lot of different things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rwsarg View Post
    I was vacationing in Caracas a long time ago. My brother and I, both single and in business together, decided to take our folks on a vacation to Venezuela. This was approximately '96 and my parents had not done much travelling. We had a lot of fun. One of my clearest memories is having breakfast early with my father while the other two slept in. We both commented on the coffee. This was in the hotel and I really don't know what that was any more. What I do remember was the both of us saying, "wow that's really good". It was different in that it was, or at least felt, thicker. It came black, nothing mixed in. I added cream, sugar, but it felt smooth and literally thicker then usual coffee. Best coffee I've ever had.

    Anyone have any idea what I'm talking about in regard to consistency? I'd love to recreate that.
    coffee tastes better when you are traveling to coffee countries... however, I do not think that Venezuela produce coffee. probably they import from Cuba or Colombia.
    however, since those countries, Central & South American countries do not use or buy exportation standard beans, the quality wise, it shouldn't be as good as USA or Europe.
    also, you might have had a variation of Cuban strong coffee. it certainly tastes great with a lot of sugar and cream.

 

 

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