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 […]
It was time for another La Marzocco party in Barcelona, because there was a damn good reason for it. They opened up their new beautiful fancy showroom up in Gracia. And La Marzocco Spain know how to organize a party.
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!
My main goal for my 29th birthday was to be out of town, do whatever I want and have the best day ever. I planned a city trip to Valencia and had the best birthday ever in this sunny Spanish city with lot’s of food and specialty coffee.
Nowadays you can buy everything on Amazon. Although I don’t have that much experience with this website, I don’t have any experience with buying specialty coffee on Amazon. Barista Mondays asked me to check it out.
A week full of specialty coffee in Barcelona with working on an event, visiting a new coffee shop and Syra Coffee, giving a coffee course and a cupping and let’s not forget my regular shifts as a barista.
The specialty coffee scene is growing in Barcelona that’s clear. This week I’ve been talking with Anete from 80 Plus and she will explain you what are the values and goals from this Barcelona based roastery.
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My name is Mariëlla and people call me a crazy coffee girl. With this blog I combine two of my greatest passions, specialty coffee & travel. On my blog you can find where to have great cup of coffee, where to eat and to sleep.
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