Hi there! Why haven't you registered yet?? You are missing out on our FAMOUS Roll Call forums, where you can meet other cruisers sailing with you and share a tour or shore excursion and SAVE MONEY! Register Now!
** Please post your recommendations ONLY in response to request...do not start a new thread. Thanks!
In France people drink Cafe Au Lait, in Italy they drink Cappuccino and in Puerto Rico they drink Café con Leche.
You need to use Puerto Rican coffee of course (this strong coffee is produced only for Puerto Rico's consumption and it is the coffee that is served all around the island, you do not need to ask for it...unless you decide go to an international famous american chain coffee store that uses foreign coffee) and it is prepared with steamed milk. Many like to add caribbean brown sugar 'Azucar Morena' to it (do not confuse this one with Hawaii 'sugar in the raw', it is different in flavor).
One 6oz cup: $1.25
Can't wait to try it. Anyone know if its drip method, or is it boiled, pressed or something other? Is it brewed with water then milk added or made directly with milk as I have seen some do?
In most places it's espresso with steamed milk added after the shot is pulled, which (IMO) is the best version. In some places they will add steamed milk to brewed coffee unless you specify espresso; watch to see how they're making it and you'll know if you need to be specific.
Last edited by RobtErskine; April 19th, 2011 at 06:33 PM.