World's Largest Cup of Coffee: 952 Gallons of Java!

Now that is a large cup of coffee! Vinacafe Bien Hoa, Vietnam's largest coffee producer, has just been awarded a new Guinness World Record for the largest coffee cup:

The stainless steel structure was constructed by more than 100 people and is 1.53 meters tall, with a diameter of 2.33 meters.

Weighing in at 1,197 kilos, the cup contained 3,604 litres of coffee made with 801 kilos of instant coffee powder and 4,000 litres of boiled water. [that's 952 gallons of coffee, folks!] - Thanks David E

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This record was just broken
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Is there any particular reason why this Vietnamese related story comes right on the heels of 2 dog stories?

Neatorama is not stereotyping are they? I sure hope not. That would not be very Politicaly Correct Nice Dammit!

"952 gallons of coffee!"
"Son of a Sketchy Saigon Snake-oil Salesman"
I can't believe that!

No wonder all those nice folks over in Little Saigon are always so nervous, and the dogs too.
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