First time cruising on QM2 - question specialty coffee


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#2
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Joined Apr 2018
An espresso is free after lunch and dinner.
For breakfast I always went with the usual joe.
I never ordered a cappuccino after a meal, simply because everyone who does goes straigth to hell according to Italian dinner etiquette.
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#3
West Berkshire
95 Posts
Joined Aug 2010
They are free - but in Britannia at least, are the type dispensed from a simple push button machine, so aren't the same quality as the barista-made coffees you pay for in Sir Samuel's, Carinthia Lounge, Cafe Carinthia etc (depending on which ship you are on). To be honest, we didn't find them very palatable so we stick to either English breakfast or mint tea. However, I'm sure there will be some different views about the palability so give them a try and see what you think.
#4
Southlake, Texas
217 Posts
Joined Mar 2010
Originally posted by Shuffleboard Dude
An espresso is free after lunch and dinner.
For breakfast I always went with the usual joe.
I never ordered a cappuccino after a meal, simply because everyone who does goes straigth to hell according to Italian dinner etiquette.
Exactly--no cappuccino after 11 a.m.
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