Thursday, 7 April 2016
I'm not a coffee snob.
At Belmont GHQ tea is normally consumed.
However, I find it logistically easier and simpler to drink coffee abroad, if I'm making it myself.
My hotel bedroom has a kettle, so I popped over to the supermarket, bought a small jar of coffee (Nescafé Classic is infinitely superior to the version at home in the UK).
I also purchased a bottle of leche condensada, which substitutes for milk and sugar.
It gives the coffee a sweet, creamy flavour, which suits me.