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How The World Takes Its Coffee

01 Café de Olla

Mexico

ade in a clay pot and brewed with an array of spices—cinnamon, raw brown cane sugar and cacao, among others—the drink was originally brewed during the Mexican Revolution to keep up soldiers’ spirits.

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