It was about time to try out the coffee from Zimbabwe that I bought a week ago. I’ve prepared it was my aeropress and I also explain how I make an aeropress.

When I was in The Netherlands and did some coffee shopping with my brother at Kaldi, I found a coffee from Zimbabwe. I never tried coffee from this African country, so I got super curious and greedy. I just had to buy it, so I could Zimbabwe to my list of coffees that I’ve tried. This week I found some time to prepare myself an aeropress with this coffee. I also thought it would be a good time to show you how I make an aeropress. What I think about the coffee? You can see that in the video.

Now I am officially (yes, since this week it’s official) freelancer I have to find myself some jobs, so I can actually pay my rent at the end of the month. And because I really like working in events and I was going to Eat Street a lot of times, I thought it would be fun to work there behind the bar. And I was right. I really had a good time (and food) with the team. After my shift I stayed a bit longer to eat a bit more and make some videos. I had to start pretty early on a Saturday morning, so I was pretty happy that Milk & Co was on the event to provide me with some yummy coffee.


Eat Street is a monthly food market at Nau Bostik (Sagrera) from 11:00-23:00. Every month there is a different theme. This edition it was desayuno (breakfast). You can’t make me any happier than giving me breakfast (all day please).




  1. So great to learn about how to use the aeropress! I’ve been curious about it for a while 🙂 Any videos yet on how to guess grind size for different brewing methods?? We only have a press-down electric one with no settings at home and I always feel unsure about it

    so great to see those eat street pics!

    1. Thanks for your nice comment Sarah! Hope you are well and I am happy to hear I helped you out with the aeropress. That’s a great idea to do something with the grind size. Put it on my list!

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