Copenhagen has a small centre, but there are a lot of specialty coffee shops, which makes it easy to explore the city by foot. I was only staying 2 days this time. You can see a lot in only 48 hours but I do recommend to stay longer in the Danish capital, because you will definitely fall in love.
I’ve been several times in France, but since this specialty coffee road trip I would recommend everybody to go and speak your best French, sip some coffees and eat the perfect croissant.
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!.
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!
To do a coffee unboxing is so much fun. I was really excited when I received a giftbox from The Barn Berlin. And I found some really nice specialty coffee beans inside this beautiful box.
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.
It was time for another coffee unboxing and this time I got a package all the way from Toronto.
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.
The final destination on my specialty coffee and travel adventure in Scandinavia.
Merry Christmas coffee lovers! I got really inspired by my trip to Scandinavia and got in a crazy Christmas mood (although I lost it a bit since I’m back in Barcelona. But still wanted to create a vlogmas! Enjoy!