Fascinating process there.
So THAT's what gives Cuban coffee it's distinctive flavour! Feet.
Sure is, David.The secret's out now, Bag Lady.
It looks like gravel. Sure glad it doesn't taste like it.
Feet - I can understand that flavour, but why are his pants wet? lol
Me too, Laurita.Reb, that has troubled me since the day I saw it. It was hot so maybe that's why.
Amazing! I have never seen this before. I hope his feet are clean....'cause I down that coffee by the "potfuls"...(My pics on my post....the stairs and boulder were taken just outside of Banff on a day hike I did. The mountain scene was from one of my Yoho (National Park) trips- near the ice line.)Have a great weekend Leah. I'm going to brew up some coffee now....
Dawn, I'm sure they're as clean as any feet can be.Those hikes sure look fine.
Oh yeah.. wet pants, eh? Maybe just to keep him cooler?
Please tell me he's not smoking? Please? Do not want ashes in my coffee!Mary Anne in Kentucky
Maybe that's it, Hilary.Mary Anne, sorry, but smokes and coffee go together.
Feet AND cigarette ash combine for that full, dark-roasted flavour. ;)
So THAT'S what gives coffee its unique flavor!
The cigarette ash and foot sweat must be what adds to the coffee aroma! HA!You caught a lot of culture in that single photo, Leah. Great shot!
Frank, it makes a full-bodied coffee.The secret's out, Dawn.Thanks, David. The pic says a lot.
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