Have a cafecito before we throw you in prison
USA Today's fluff piece on the "World's 10 best cities for coffee" features a stop in Havana:
[...] In Cuba, coffee is basically its own food group. A vital part of each day, steaming little cups of Cafe Cubano—espresso mixed with sugar as it brews—or Coradito—espresso topped with steamed milk—mark the morning, signal the end of a meal, and are a perfect excuse to stop and linger with a friend, new or old. To drink coffee in Havana is to join the rhythm of the city, and after a drop in Cuban coffee production, the country is now rebuilding its growing economy to meet the dedicated demand of its people. Cuban exiles in Miami have made the Florida city another great place for an authentic Cafe Cubano. [...]
Nice. Cuban dissidents and the opposition always have a little cafecito before the Cuban Gestapo beats the shit out of them and throws them in jail...