Liseuse posts on the difficulties of selecting from coffee menus and of translating coffee specialities from German. It would be nice to be able to purchase this kind of stuff in Barcelona–Starbucks don’t do liquor shots, so one boycotts–but first priority for most cafes is to start using decent coffee.

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