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Macchiato is not to be confused with a Latte Macchiato...
|Letting off steam|
Letting off steam at the espresso machine.
Pouring milk foam for a Caffe Latte.
|Coffee and Hot Chocolate at Cafe Konditorei Fürst|
Kaffeehaus in Salzburg.
|View from Bookworms Cafe|
Bookworms Coffee in Saigon is the primordial backpacker place. Hostel, food, beer, books, games and a tour desk. Cosy and affordable.
|Bookworms Coffee Saigon|
Bookworms Coffee in Saigon is the primordial backpacker place.
|Cup of Coffee|
Just a colourful cup of coffee amongst lovely, fragrant coffee beans.
|Espresso at Hue Cafe Roastery|
Good coffee in Thao Dien: Hue Cafe Roastery
|Greed is not a virtue|
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In Saigon, we drink iced beverages all day, so it does not surprise that we also drink our coffee, even the speciality coffee on the rocks.
Now one thing that happens if you use regular ice cubes from the freezer is - they melt fast and water down your coffee.
So it is advised to always use clear, compacted ice when you can get your hands on it. It cools fast and melts slow.
I actually played with the thought of using fake ice cubes that do not melt and therefore do not dilute the drink, but the Saigonese have the habit to chew their ice cubes and unless you get commission from a local dentist it would be rather counterproductive then.
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