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Coffee in Paris, historically, hasn’t been the greatest. On her early trips to the City of Lights when Greedy Girl routinely drank cappuccino, the cost of a cuppa was astronomical. In those days, cafes would [Read more...]

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Since entrepreneur David Walsh unleashed the extraordinary Mona on the world, the quiet city of Hobart has been transformed. The Tasmanian capital was pretty much on the map for two things previously; the end of [Read more...]

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Italy gave the world the coffee machine but Australia has given the world the coffee entrepreneur. The Australian influence is strong when it comes to coffee in Taipei. It also seems to be dominated by [Read more...]

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The picturesque Seattle is the home of many iconic American brands, including the global behemoth Starbucks. Greedy Girl and gluttonous husband have been known to frequent Starbucks during international travel but never for coffee – [Read more...]

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On our first trip together to the US, finding great coffee was a bit of a struggle, even in New York City. Indeed, we walked “all over” the city to find a decent brew. But [Read more...]

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Not a million years ago, the Lower East Side wasn’t hugely on the radar for visitors to New York City. Before the city cleaned up its act, parts of LES had an infamous reputation – [Read more...]

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Sitting down to a good coffee is a great way of getting into the local flow of life when you’re visiting somewhere new. While what constitutes ‘good’ is a matter of personal preference, the US [Read more...]

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