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What is the French and Italian secret for making coffee? I once looked all over a small hotel in southern Italy for the lovely young man who made me a cup before all the other guests had awakened. In both these countries I have usually fortunate enough to find lodgings where breakfast is included. If not, I spent many euros for 2nd, 3re, 4th cups of coffee. Their coffee is truly devine. It tastes like fresh ground coffee smells.
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