Somehow I never managed to become addicted to coffee and only drink it when it is a really good one, so my barista knowledge is limited. I was wondering if somebody could tell me if there is anything in particular that is characteristic of Caribbean coffee, be it in terms of preparation, desired qualities or addition of any kind, aside from the fact that some of the best beans to begin with are a given. Obviously there is a difference between an Italian made, Turskish and American coffee for example...What makes Caribbean coffee (cup as opposed to bean) Caribbean?
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