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Change of Season, Reason and Coffee  Posted on 04/27/2012
Travel Guide I have reached a point where I feel like Ava Gardner. The Deseret News, March 16, 1954 reports: "Ava Gardner tells Frank Sinatra she is tired of living in Rome."This is a beautiful, magical place in so many ways...
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Sweet encounter over a coffee  Posted on 04/18/2012
Travel Guide So do you prefer a dark or light roast? The basic knowledge of how the roasting of the coffee bean is essential if you want to know how to control or demand what will be served in your cup. Espresso is nothing else than a...
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How to become a coffee connaisseur  Posted on 03/13/2012
Travel Guide Many friends of mine gather together occasionally in small groups to enjoy wine or whiskey tasting. In recent years, maybe more commonly seen in exhibitions or on Television  cooking programs, olive oil tasting has come...
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Coffee and The importance of Attitude and Accessories  Posted on 02/02/2012
Travel Guide Long before relocating to Rome, I had had the chance to enjoy the country and the city several times on my business trips to our office outside Rome, in Tivoli. Most of it was work and food, of course. Later, when I had become...
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Coffee on fast feet  Posted on 01/07/2012
Travel Guide In 1615 a merchant of Venice wrote: “The Turks have a drink of black color....I will bring some with me...to the Italians” thus introducing coffee to Italy and Europe. I will be forever grateful! In Asolo, close to...
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