The cafe in the capital, Antigua, has a “perfect” espresso machine that was designed by a coffee shop.
However, it didn’t last for more than a week, after which it was destroyed by a wildfire.
“It’s not a great espresso machine, but it’s not the worst,” says coffee shop owner Jose Arceo, who has since closed the cafe.
“I’ve seen the same machine in other places that were built with different materials.
I think it’s because they are in different countries and people are used to different machines.
If it had been in the United States, it would have been more efficient.”
Antiguan President Ricardo Martínez said the coffee shop was a gift from the U.S. to Antiguans and he hopes to reopen the cafe next year.
“Our people are still poor, so we’re doing something here for them.
They’ll come and use it again,” he said.
The coffee shop has reopened with the assistance of the U