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If you were to stop by any cafe in Madrid and ask for an iced coffee, they’d hand you a mug of hot coffee with a glass of ice on the side. Toma Café serves cold brew, which is exactly what you need in the middle of a Spanish summer. Not only do they have high-quality coffee, but they also carry non-dairy milk (which is as hard to find here as a restaurant open during siesta). On a typical afternoon there isn’t a ton of seating, so ask for that flat white “para llevar” or to-go.

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