Saturday, February 16, 2013

Un café - Les B. Arome Cafés



Les B. Arome Cafés


A cup of coffee is never just a cup.
This little sip was found at La Ruche à Miel 
in a cup with the green logo of Les B. Arome Cafés.


Hummm, I guess not all coffee in Paris comes from Cafés Richard after all. 




La Ruche à Miel
19, Rue d'Aligre
75012, Paris

18 comments:

Duncan D. Horne - the Kuantan blogger said...

That is a tiny little cup! Would it be enough?
Duncan In Kuantan

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Genie:
Just the image to start the day as we anticipate the first coffee of the morning.

A happy weekend to you.

Dianne said...

Of all the things I miss about Paris it's my sip of café-crème
I miss most of all.

"All Things French"

Cezar and Léia said...

hmmm I think it's a good idea and I'm going to prepare my coffee here! :)
(italian one)
bisous
Léia

Debs said...

Oh just what I need right now! Back in a sec - just going to turn on the coffee machine...............

M said...

Lovely cup and the intriguing scroll design on the table just adds to the composition! Great way to start a Saturday!

Virginia said...

I wish I could be sitting in Paris with a cup of anything from anywhere! Oh and a pain au chocolat too.
V

Alexa said...

I wish I could be right there with Virginia—and you, Genie!

Starman said...

Although we travelers to France love 'most' of the coffee we drink there, REAL coffee enthusiasts say French coffee is pretty bad!

Sim said...

I would like to purchase a set of those adorable cups!

Bibi said...

I can taste it. Perfect little espresso cup. Despite the size, I made the mistake of ordering two espresso once...and flew all afternoon.

jennyfreckles said...

That looks so French!

Mary said...

I'll take the cup and the coffee! :) The cup is exquisite.

SRQ said...

This looks so appealing. I visited our French restaurant in downtown twice this afternoon for cafe pour emporter to keep me warm while strolling an art festival. (It's in the 50s and windy right now...brrr.)

TheChieftess said...

Even with the numbers of wonderful coffee spots here in the states...there's nothing quite the same as a latte in Europe...with a pastry or two!!!

Although...I have to admit...we had some of the best coffee ever in Ecuador!!!

Shell Sherree said...

I've not long since finished my coffee, Genie, and you have me wanting to fire up an espresso. Lovely depth of field. Bon weekend, my sweet.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Duncan, it would take two cups for me!

Sim, you can buy many of the French brand cups online but I do not think that this one is sold.

Starman, I am not sure, but i know that the first coffee I had in Florence was strong enough to take a walk down the street!

I am in snow this weekend ( away with family) and I have thought about warm beverages all day! Tomorrow I will be back on the Gulf Coast where it is not usually so COLD.

I would love to join all the blog friends in a Paris cafe for a sip of coffee or tea along with a French pastry. Bon weekend.

Bises,
Genie

Rob Siemann said...

Un express, un p'tit noir, un jus... So many names for this in French and argot parisien.