England is well known as a tea-drinking nation and I am a little embarrassed to admit that the majority of people around here drink instant coffee. I am somewhat of enigma to my friends when I brew fresh coffee. I love it. I enjoy quite strong coffee with a little cream, no sugar. I think I developed my love of (real not instant) coffee when I lived in America, and I'm still addicted now.
So, a word of warning. If your ever in England and someone offers you coffee outside of a coffee house, you're more than likely to be served coffee from a jar.
Here is coffee from a different perspective:
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sunny mama, angelina,
kyndale, kristina, dorit, goldensunfamily, sophie, janet, nicki, ruth, mcgillicutty,