Do we, as baristas, think less or underestimate cappuccino drinking people? That was the question I got from a friend and it triggered me to share my opinion.
Tag: Nomad Coffee
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!
What else I love next to Specialty Coffee? And bicycles, and cakes. Plants! Yes, I’m a plant lover. They make me so happy. Plants can make a room more cosy and they give it a homey atmosphere. Espai Joliu mix it all up: plants and coffee. Trust me you feel like home here from the moment you step inside.
I still can’t believe it, but I was interviewed last summer by Essence of Coffee. As an early Christmas present, it got published last week. I am excited and grateful. My passion for coffee and my job, Barista and Trainer at Nømad Coffee, is so big and […]
If you ever visit Mallorca and looking for the best coffee on the island, La Molienda is your spot. Even before I knew I had to go to Mallorca, I already put this place on my to visit list. I was thinking that if I ever go to this beautiful island I want to sip a coffee there. So I did!
La Molienda is a small coffee place in the centre of Palma close to the university. On small cosy corner in the street Carrer del Bisbe Campins. Number 11 is where you need to be. After entering the place I felt directly home and comfortable. You may know that I am a big fan of minimalistic interior with cozy details like vintage furniture, plants and lights. That’s exactly what you get here!
Let’s go to the coffee part. I enjoyed a chemex. The coffee they used for this brewing method is from the well-known Nømad from Barcelona. I had Kenya with a strong flavor of blueberries and blackcurrant. When I was at Retrogusto Coffeemates in Valencia I tried this new roast for the first time. In Valencia I took a V60, so I wanted to try out a different way now. The barista recommended a chemex, because gives a cleaner cup of coffee. I realized I never tried a chemex before, so the decision was made. I loved it!
Next to good coffee you can also enjoy some food. I didn’t try it this time, but it looked really delicious. I definitely will go back to La Molienda when I am in Palma and than I will try out some food here. Let’s hope I can go back soon.
When you are in Palma and you are tired of shopping, walking around in the beautiful street or just a bit hangover. Sit down and relax at La Molienda and experience the best coffee in Palma.