cafezinho

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And customers can be assured that the attention put into each tiny little cup of espresso-style traditional inspired cafezinho is prepared with the ultimate diligence.
Na programacao de trabalho da Volkswagen e da Mercedes-Benz haveria todos os dias um intervalo para ouvir Beethoven e Brahms, alem do cafezinho tradicional.
But as soon as we ducked inside the lobby of a hotel for a cafezinho, his devil-may-care composure splintered.
Prezados ouvintes: historias do radio e do pop rock: da criacao da Ipanema ao Cafezinho.
If you desired a hot beverage, there was yerba mate, an herb "coffee," or the super-caffeinated cafezinho (say "cafe zeen nyo"), a potent French press shot of strongly roasted coffee.
I spent many hours with the three key leaders in the congregation, drinking Brazilian cafezinho, sharing ideas, listening, praying, and planning.
For a pick-me-up, Cariocas stop at cafes for cafezinho, a tiny cup of thick, balck, heavily sweetened Brazilian coffee.
Rio de Janeiro rang in the New Year hours after Brussels, but the first morning cup of normally sweet cafezinho, had an uncharacteristically bitter taste as the 9% EU tariff kicked in on Brazilian soluble coffee.
Ted Lingle, [executive director of the SCAA], was right when he said that the cafezinho was like a stepping stone between the drip and the espresso.
Brazilians love their coffee - which they drink in strong, sweet shots they call the cafezinho ("little coffee").
It is the politics and policies of coffee that have often been as murky as the cafezinho in Brazil.