Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Mark Twain's view on American Coffee

Mark Twain and many people that have earlier lived in America or traveled to America during the 19th and 20th century definitely did not prefer American coffee. Instead, they really enjoyed their own home brewed coffee. Here is a quote from what Mark Twain once wrote:
                       "You can get what the European hotel keeper thinks is coffee, but it resembles the real thing as hypocrisy resembles holiness. It is a feeble, characterless, uninspiring sort of stuff, and almost as undrinkable as if it had been made in an American hotel."

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