noun: drink consisting of a mix of cuban coffee, milk, and peach nectar. Created by Cubans in the 1930s because there was low importation of goods such as sugar, salt, and flour among others. Since they were not able to sweeten up their coffee they sweetened it up with peach nectar. A one of a kind delicacy created by a one of a kind people.
Juan loves to drink cafango, he can drink it day and night. Dale!