For this Taipei specialty coffee tour I decided to skip the most known cafés like Rufous Coffee, The Lobby Of Simple Kaffa and Fika Fika. You can find them on many big coffee blogs, so no need to write about it. I used Instragram as my tour guide and went to the most Instagrammable cafés.
Kuala Lumpur isn’t the easiest city for a specialty coffee tour. All the cafés are spread out over the city, but that doesn’t mean I visit some amazing coffee places and tried some good coffees.
Taking the love for coffee to the next level by getting covered with coffee ground, naked, for a body scrub. They say it is detoxing. I can imagine that if I had pucked of the smell of burned coffee it was definitely detoxing.
Recently I found a new go to. Like a coffee & travel life hack: Hostels x Cafés. Yes they exists and there are so many of them. I started exploring them in Asia and first up is Back Home and LOKL Coffee Co.
I knew before that Chiang Mai is an upcoming vibrant city with a huge specialty coffee scene. What I didn’t know before was that there are so many amazing places I wanted to visit.
Such a big city and full of coffee places, it was time to go back. This time I wasn’t alone. Resi from The Way To Coffee took me on a coffee tour.
Do we, as baristas, think less or underestimate cappuccino drinking people? That was the question I got from a friend and it triggered me to share my opinion.
Heading to Bangkok with a list of 15 specialty coffee places and zero touristic attractions. That’s how I roll!
Chiang Mai is an upcoming city with never ending cool hostels to choose from. I’ve stayed in Suneta Hostel Chiang Mai which gave me the luxury feeling of a hotel, even if it’s a hostel, that helped me relaxing in this vibrant city.
Copenhagen has a small centre, but there are a lot of specialty coffee shops, which makes it easy to explore the city by foot. I was only staying 2 days this time. You can see a lot in only 48 hours but I do recommend to stay longer in the Danish capital, because you will definitely fall in love.