Heading to Bangkok with a list of 15 specialty coffee places and zero touristic attractions. That’s how I roll!
The first specialty coffee shop in my own province Zeeland. I can’t be happier!
I grew up in the south of The Netherlands in the province Zeeland. I keep the name of the village for myself, because it’s like a little spot on the map. But while I am proud of my province, it’s never been easy. I moved to the other side of the country to start studying
Never was I that excited for a specialty coffee place to open in Barcelona, nor in the whole world.
Sleeping at Little Duke and sipping coffees at CoffeeLab and Drab Coffee. I almost forgot I had to go to Den Bosch for work.
I’ve been so many times in Breda when I was younger. It was one of my favorite cities for shopping. Now I am older (and wiser?) I still love coming back here but for cups of coffee, because there are two of my favorite coffee shops in Breda; Kamu and Yirga.
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.
I almost forgot how much fun I had this week. On these kind of moment I am happy that I make weekly vlogs, so at least I don’t forget all these nice things. It’s like a online dairy, but than just not very private. It gives me good vibes to watch it and to see that I have a good life, the Barcelona life.