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If you’ve been waiting to try Cuban coffee for years you should know it’s coming to the U.S. this fall.  According to Mental Floss,

Back in April, the U.S. State Department changed its restrictions to allow coffee produced by independent Cuban entrepreneurs into the country. The first company to get in on Cuban-American coffee imports will be Nespresso, which will start selling Cafecito de Cuba pods for its home espresso machines this fall. It won’t be a huge deal when Nespresso’s Cuban coffees are sold here, since Cuban-style coffee is already sold here by brands like Café Bustelo.

It’s high time we get the chance to sample Cuban coffee straight from the source.

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