Post Script on ECO FRIENDLY to-go cups.
So here goes a Post Script:
It was pointed out to me by my son, Michael, that there is one other great feature of our “double-walled” cups. These Kool cups keep the drink hot longer!
So, I recently returned from a Trek through Northern Spain walking the Camino De Santiago. It is 800 Km. long, starts in France and ends up in Western Spain at the City Santiago De Compostella.
I had walked the last 500Km. starting in Burgos, with my sister 8 years ago and decided to complete the 800 Km. by starting in France and ending up in Burgos. The first leg, starting in the small town of St. Jean Pied de Port, has you crossing the Pyrenees mountains into Spain. But I won’t do into details about my journey as I really want to tell you what I found out in Spain about “to-go” (If anybody wants datails about this fantastic Camino through Spain, I would be happy to tell you all about it…just let me know)
Everyday, as you walk, you visit a series of small towns, and generally stop in to rest and have a “bocadillo” and coffee.
Don’t ask for a to-go cup as they won’t know what you talking about. Drink in in a ceraminc Espresso cup or a regular size cup or you just won’t be able to get a coffee. Just think about it! Talk about an ECO friendly country!
It’s really quite cool as one of the side benefits is that you are forced to sit around and take in the atmosphere of coffee shop, indoors or out, on the patio.
Finally, don’t expect to get a Latte.
What you get is “Cafe con Leche”
First they pour your shot into the cup, then add warmed milk from a large metal pitcher. No such thing as “latte art”