Buenas tardes! For those who didn’t understand that, it’s “good afternoon” in Spanish. When I attended the College of Charleston, it was a requirement to take a foreign language in order to graduate. So I chose Spanish because I was already familiar with it and enjoy the language and various cultures.
Interestingly enough, many of the beans used to supply our coffee habits come from Spanish-speaking countries. In fact, our very own Lowcountry Blend is a combination of Costa Rican, Guatemalan, Honduran & Mexican coffees blended together to make that rich smooth taste. You can also check out this link to see the World’s Top 10 Coffee-Producing Countries.
So here’s a fun combination: learn Spanish while taking a coffee break. I found a website with podcasts to learn the language called Coffee Break Spanish. I wish I had found this site when I was still in school. Instead, maybe this site can help those out there who are interested in learning the language in a differently fun way. And what better way than to learn it with a cup of café con leche (coffee with milk). So pour yourself a fresh cup of Lowcountry Blend and learn some Español!