How to avoid ‘drink the black’

When you get a coffee, the odds are you’ll be served a cappuccino, a caipirinha or a caña colada.

But for those of us who are thirsty, what we need is something a bit more subtle.

There’s a reason coffee is one of the world’s most popular drinks and it’s not a coincidence that most coffee-drinking countries are also known for their black bean-based drinks.

A caipiriya, a dark, coffee-like drink made with a variety of beans and roasted coffee beans, has been around for more than 5,000 years.

It’s one of Peru’s favourite drinks, and the drink’s origins are almost as ancient as its drinker.

A sip of caipirino is a rich and creamy espresso drink with a strong, dark colour.

It can also be enjoyed on its own, with a shot of espresso, milk or sugar, which is also popular with the local population.

But if you’re looking for a lighter drink, a black bean caipira is a great alternative.

It is often served with a milky smoothie, or mixed with a slice of fruit and a dollop of sugar.

A black bean drink with black beans is not necessarily the drink of choice, but it is a nice change of pace.