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Chinesa is the term used in Madeira for a coffee or “café” (coffee in Portuguese) made with half coffee and half milk and is always served in a coffee cup (chávena grande in Portuguese). Chinesa is known as a meia de leite in mainland Portugal.[1]


  1. ^ "What makes a Coffee Portuguese?". Retrieved 2013-02-21. 

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