I had high expectations of sleeping and sipping coffee in San Sebastian and it was even better than I expected. I kinda fell in love.
Never was I that excited for a specialty coffee place to open in Barcelona, nor in the whole world.
Brewing some coffee is always fun, but what if we can make it more fun? And pretty? With Sibarist that’s possible!
Sleeping at Little Duke and sipping coffees at CoffeeLab and Drab Coffee. I almost forgot I had to go to Den Bosch for work.
Sharing is caring! So from now on I will share the coffee that I am currently sipping at home.
I got invited to spend the night in the new hotel The James in Rotterdam and this was the perfect reason to spend some time in this lovely city. Let’s eat, sleep, coffee, repeat!
A year ago I explored Berlin for the first time and damn it was love at first sight. So many cool specialty coffee places that I just had to go back this year. 3 more days in Berlin and I’m still not done with this city!.
Always a pleasure to be back in Amsterdam and doing some coffee hopping in the city. I never get bored of the Dutch capital and of their coffee, especially because there is always a new spot in town.
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!