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Traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremonies are a strong fabric that ties a community together. People gather on special occasions to share a cup and bond with one another. Read Seattle Coffee Gear's description of such a ceremony.

Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony

Traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremonies are a strong fabric that ties a community together. People gather on special occasions to share a cup and bond with one another. Read Seattle Coffee Gear's description of such a ceremony.

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coffee: El Salvador National Geographic July - December 1944 If there's one thing i miss is waking up and having the freshest coffee, no need for sugar or milk, i miss the smell

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Ethiopian coffee ceremony. Ethiopian coffee is known as Buna and they have a saying: "Buna dabo naw" -  "Coffee is our bread."

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Pequeña cafetera de aluminio, muy antigua, va directamente a la hornalla... by Guzman Tasende

Pequeña cafetera de aluminio, muy antigua, va directamente a la hornalla... by Guzman Tasende

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