Our favorite coffee culture is in Wisconsin. Not lattes and cappuccinos, just good cups of strong hospitality that go hand-in-hand with our favorite memories of the state: sitting on the porch of a lakeside cabin, blowing steam into the cool air; pouring from a Thermos while floating in a canoe on a serene lake; washing down some homemade pie. Coffee isn't about waking up in Wisconsin. It's a way of slowing down and enjoying what's around you.
And there's plenty to enjoy: The scenery ranges from dramatic river bluffs, abundant forests, Great Lakes, lesser lakes and rolling pastures full of cattle. Milwaukee mixes fine museums with its blue-collar factories, and some fairly small towns—Spring Green and Richland Center—are graced by the architectural wonders of native son Frank Lloyd Wright.
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