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Was ist die deutsche Bezeichnung für red/black/dead eye?
Die Begriffe "red eye", "black eye" und "dead eye" bezeichnen die Mischung von Filterkaffee und Espresso. Laut Wikipedia: Drip coffee to which espresso is added may be called a red eye, black ...
Jan 15 '13 at 12:28
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