Where did you have the best cup of coffee ever?

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    My best coffee was at a little mom & pop coffee house in Skippack, PA., right around the corner from the local community theater. Awesome stuff.
     
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    At a Ritz Carlton hotel. Don't remember which one.
     
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    The Hilton Hawaiian Village !
     
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    Paris....cafe au lait.
     
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    After surgery..... and a bit more then a week in the hospital with no food. Home in bed.... it was the best coffee i had ever tasted!!!

     
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    Home for me also.
     
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    nha trang
     
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    I was in Germany. I was a grunt in the US Army. We had been out in the field playing war games for 4 days in early January. It was bitterly cold and we were living on metal vehicles with a heating system that only pretended to heat. Everything you touched was cold, we could barely get our c-rations above freezing temperature so that we could eat them unfrozen.
    On that fourth morning, we were out in the countryside just on the edge of a wooded area and a farmers property. The farmer and his wife delivered hot coffee and homemade pastries to our platoon for breakfast. That coffee was the first hot thing I'd had in four days. It was glorious and delicious. The fresh pastries were just as wonderful. A random act of kindness to soldiers fighting a cold war.

    That was the best cup of coffee I've ever had.
     
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    New Orleans, La.

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    Really, you liked their coffee? I must say i was very underwhelmed.
     

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