Drinking coffee in Seattle

In Seattle, you haven’t had enough coffee until you can thread a sewing machine while it’s running.

I don’t really know what this has to do with Seattle in particular, but the quote paints a great picture!

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11 Responses to Drinking coffee in Seattle

  1. Laura says:

    lol, I had never heard that but its somewhat true….people here are so hyper on coffee I dont doubt they can indeed thread a needle with the sewing machine runnning. :-)

    One thing though, most coffee here is pretty bland! You need to stay away from the chains for super good cofee :D

    I was used to my grandma’s puerto rican coffee and trying coffee here was a bit disappointing. :-)

  2. dede says:

    Seattle is the home of Starbucks! I know, I know, evil coffee chain with bland coffee.. but they really changed how Americans ‘do’ coffee.

    • Antonia says:

      Oh, thanks, dede! That explains a lot, and I didn’t even know Seattle was the home of Starbucks! By the way, I know many Europeans who love Starbucks:) I visit it too every now and then when I’m abroad (we don’t have it in Sweden – yet:))

  3. Enjoy your time there!!

  4. S says:

    Yup, Seattle is the home of Starbucks and we drink a lot of coffee on the West Coast of North America. Also, the first Starbucks still exists at the Market and sells a lot more than coffee and other Starbucks chain stores.

  5. How to make Puerto Rican coffee
    Ingredients:

    1 / 2 cup water
    2 tablespoons coffee
    2 ounces boiled milk
    1 tablespoon sugar (or to taste)

    procedure:

    1. Mix the coffee with water and boil 2 minutes.
    2. Strain the coffee in coffee sock.
    3. In a cup, combine brewed coffee with milk.
    4. Add sugar to taste.

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    Choose from our selection of true and delicious coffee from Puerto Rico

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