Monday, April 14, 2008

Coffee Italian style

The trouble with coffee is that originally it was quite a good drink.
So a group of the most eminent American scientists put their heads together and made complicated biological experiments to find a way of spoiling it.
To the eternal glory of American science their labour bore fruit.
They suggested that if you do not drink it clear, but pour a few drops of vanilla or rum into it and maybe no sugar at all, the desired object is achieved.
Once this refreshing, stimulating beverage was successfully transformed in colourless and tasteless gargling water, it suddenly became the most popular drink of America.

One glorious day some Americans discovered the Italian coffee (the fresh roasted, heavenly smelling type), drank it and changed their opinion on HOW the American Coffee should be.
That is why they called it San Marco Coffee.
Not only you can find the real espresso kind, but also the American Style flavoured one and even in bulk quantities at a very convenient price.
And last, but very important (said from an Italian, who knows a lot about coffee) they have the right machines.
Because if you really want to have an unforgettable experience you need to have the RIGHT coffee, but also the RIGHT machine to make it.
Is there something more alluring than the smell of freshly roasted coffee?
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