mdswindell at cruzio.com
Tue Jul 3 13:25:55 CDT 2007
Yup. I can't speak for the whole country, but here in Santa Cruz, CA
the coffee is as good as anywhere in the world, and far better than
most places I've visited. Thirty years ago you couldn't get good
bread, beer, or coffee anywhere, it seemed. Now those staples are
world class in more than a few parts of the country.
¡Viva la revolución!
On Jul 3, 2007, at 11:04 AM, Mark Smith wrote:
> Well I think the US gets an unfair press regarding coffee. I have
> travelled reasonably extensively in the US, and generally found it
> easy to find good Italian coffee, at least in major cities...
> A good cup of tea, on the other hand, seems to be strangely
> impossible outside the UK and some parts of it's former empire. :)
> On 3 Jul 2007, at 15:42, Richmond Mathewson wrote:
>> I spent 3 years in Illinois and the only thing that I
>> would call "coffee" I found there was what I boiled in
>> my saucepan - with cardamon.
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