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  • French people enjoy a posh coffee
  • French people enjoy a posh coffee
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French people enjoy a posh coffee

A few years ago, French people would have been baffled by the concept of an artisanal coffee shop that serves high-end coffee and almost no food. But there's a growing coffee culture in Paris, inspired by international tastes but infused with a French flavour to get people sipping.

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