03/SET/2009 8:36 AM
||Coffee - how about tea?
If you come to Canada you can ask for a “double-double” that means black coffee + 2 sugars + 2 creams.
Also if you go to Starbucks check the size of the cup first. “Tall” means short, and “grand” means large.
Here is common people drink a mug full of black coffee with some drops of cold milk. I think most of people in Brazil drink half and half when it comes to coffee and milk.
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