Brewing some coffee is always fun, but what if we can make it more fun? And pretty? With Sibarist that’s possible!
Sharing is caring! So from now on I will share the coffee that I am currently sipping at home.
Some time ago I got an email from The British Library that they were publishing a coffee book: The Philosophy of Coffee. This book about the history of coffee is written by Brian Williams, a British coffee blogger. I got a copy and here is my book review.
For my first big freelance barista job I was lucky to work on the World Mobile Congress where I made my first turkish coffee. I had the opportunity to work with a roaster from Jordan: Dimitri’s Coffee. Great coffee and an amazing experience!
Coffee is such an incredible product. All around the world you will find it and all around the world you will find consumers. Every consumer with their own way of making is, their own way of drinking it, their own way of loving it. I am being intrigued about coffee cultures and would love to know all about it. Today I start with the Vietnamese way of making coffee, but with a little bit of Vietnam and a little bit of me.
What’s better than sipping a beautiful cup of coffee and reading a coffee book at the same time? I can’t come up with something better, can you? Maybe combining it with pancakes and the sound of raindrops on your window, in bed? Okay Im losing track.
That the coffee culture is growing in Barcelona is a fact. Coffee places are popping up, cuppings, championships and latte art throwdowns are being organized, the second edition of the Independent Barcelona Coffee Festival is done and now there was the first La Marzocco event. Out of the Box took place on the 10th of June.
Same table, but in a different color and with a different book. One of my first blogposts on The Exploring Barista was writing coffee book reviews. I really like the idea to show you what I have on my coffee table, what I am reading and where I get my inspiration and knowledge from. Let me introduce you to Solo.
A whole weekend full of sipping coffee, coffee lovers, coffee professionals, coffee addicts and coffee newbies. That was were the Independent Barcelona Coffee Festival was all about. In the end I had so much material that I decided to make a special vlog about it and that’s what you can see now. I can only say, the coffee festival was a great success!
That Specialty Coffee is popping up everywhere is a fact. Even restaurants and hotels are starting to be interested in better quality coffee. And now the first shopping + Specialty Coffee experience in Barcelona is a fact. Meet H&M x Flax & Kale. Don’t forget your piggy bank, you will need it.