Originally Posted by Off Road
Cowboy coffee. . .Very dark with grounds floating on the bottom. . .Cream and sugar are afraid to enter the area
When I was in Colombia in the 80's they used to make and sell a coffee drink called "Tinto." Brew the coffee in a large pot on the stove until dark and thick, grounds settle to the bottom. Then they add a ton of sugar until it is almost like a syrup. They serve it in little tiny coffee cups. Any way, I used to get a mug full of the brew, pre-sugar. The look on the Colombian's faces were priceless. They could not believe that anyone would drink Tinto that way. I attribute the hair on my chest to those mugs of tinto.
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