One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A blend of coffee flavoured with fig extract.
- ‘Forty-something, eastern-European looking, she becomes the reason why he goes back repeatedly, tipping monstrously until at last, ‘at eight pounds a Russian tea and a tenner per cup of Viennese coffee’, she notices him.’
- ‘Perhaps a book of Hegel's or Holderlin's lurking there (we may as well say it) just off-screen, or a cup of that bitter, dark Viennese coffee he prefers.’
- ‘I used to associate with a group of students who assembled every Thursday night in one of the old Viennese coffee houses…’
- ‘Across the road in the Hungarian pavilion goulash and instant Viennese coffee were on offer.’
Top tips for CV writingRead more
In this article we explore how to impress employers with a spot-on CV.