Where to drink coffee in Haiti
Cafe Koze, Jacmel
Photo: Frank Fontain
Coffee is the lifeblood of Haitians
From the highest hills of Fermathe to the remote provinces of the North and South, coffee has an important place in individual and communal life in Haiti.
It brings families together before they break apart for the day. It brings neighborhoods together. Real Haitian coffee, though, is nothing like American coffee.
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