If you’re a coffee connoisseur you know the difference between good and bad flavors. But despite your caffeine craving, rioy is a bad flavor you can’t get rid of.

Rioy, in the coffee world, means “harsh taste.” It comes from leaving the coffee cherry on the plant for too long, which coffee shipping port Rio de Janiero once had a reputation for (hence “rioy”). If you like to start your morning off this way or think it makes you more of a man, then kudos to you, but we’re still searching for the perfect cup of pour-over so our coffee doesn’t remind us all morning that we drank it. To think Rio could ever imply something bad…

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