COFFEE PEOPLE & EVOLUTION

Coffee Nomads People that like to travel for a good coffee. They plan trips to discover new interesting coffees and coffee places. Coffee Nomads do not mind to travel long distances to find and enjoy a good cup of coffee. Most of them like to share their experiences. It is a pleasure for Coffee Nomads…

Let’s Awaken Our Inner Artist, Coffee philosophy

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.” -Pablo Picasso. Brewing coffee is a deeply fulfilling ritualistic art. While preparing coffee with our hands and all our senses we can explore different techniques and refine our artistic skills. Creativity arises when we are calm and present…

Some of The TOP Most Relaxing places to drink coffee in Northern Thailand

My favorite places to enjoy coffee in Northern Thailand Maybe not everywhere on the place, you will fine tasty coffee. But generally, I can’t write, I drink somewhere bad coffee in Northern Thailand.  But definitively, this are the right place to enjoy cup of coffee and the environment. You can read my previously blog about …

Outdoor Coffee Moments – A Symphony of the Senses

“Our senses are like a gateway into the world,” says Whitman. “And as we open that gateway through developing our sensory awareness, the world blossoms into a symphony of colors, scents, tastes, sounds, and touch.” – Kenton Whitman, naturalist, writer & educator Source: here Let’s get out there! Do you have any plans for the…

Romantic morning with cup of coffee

There are many artists who write about wine, cognac or whiskey. They connect these drinks to wonderful, romantic and relaxing moments. However, a lot of people enjoy such moments only during the evenings once their stressful work days are over. Many people hope that the time in the office will go by very fast. If…

Timor Leste coffee – Hibrido de Timor – HDT

A legend is often told in Timor… It’s about a little boy and his crocodile friend that turned himself into the island of Timor out of love for the boy. The legend explains Timor’s mountainous, crocodile-like shape. Timorese have a special affinity not only with coffee, but also with crocodiles!  Hibrido de Timor (HDT), also…

Coffee – The way I like it – My coffee philosophy

There are many different ways to enjoy coffee. It all depends on you and your preferences. The magic of light roasted beans I like to drink light roasted coffee – simple and straight, without milk or sugar. I prefer more acidic coffee and enjoy discovering as many different, vibrant flavors and aromas as possible. Freshly…

One drop of coffee. Two drops of coffee. Three drops of coffee.

Moments fro Asia During my last day in Chiang Mai, I rented a bike and decided to drive out of the city center to explore more interesting places. After driving around for a couple hours, I discovered a Buddhist temple, next to a small village. I left my bike at the gate I entered the…

Let’s start the day with ‘Coffee-Yoga’ :-), Coffee Philosophy

In the ancient Indian Sanskrit language ‘Yoga’ means unity. Yoga is a philosophy about creating peace and harmony – not only within ourselves, but also around us. Yoga is an art of merging opposites into balance and oneness. If we are peaceful, we can create peace around us. Coffee Yoga While practising Yoga, we cultivate…

The Monk of Mokha – blog about one coffee book about Yemen coffee

The Monk of Mokha Book by Dave Eggers Do what you love. Dream Big. Be Bold. Make It Happen. The best-selling author Dave Eggers tells the inspiring story of Mokhtar Alkhanshali, a young Yemeni-American coffee-lover. Mokhtar was working as a doorman of a residential complex in San Francisco. He had a ‘safe job’, but no…

BAD AND GOOD COFFEE

Everything what happens in our life is connected to something. Our quality of life is connected to good and bad coffee:  There are people that drink bad coffee. These people tend to be nervous, not happy and unfriendly to other people.  There are people that drink good coffee. Generally, these people make the world a…

The Pacamara coffee varietal – an usual newcomer

Opposites attract… Pacamara coffee beans – history The Pacamara coffee varietal resulted from the crossing of two varieties. Which are quite different from each other:  the Pacas and Maragogype varietals. It’s name combines the first four letters of each parent varietal. The Salvadoran Institute for Coffee Research (ISIC) created this relatively new coffee varietal in…

Coffee Preparation Prayer – My coffee morning ritual

It does not matter if you are preparing Espresso, Pour-Over, Chemex or Hario. Do not mind what other people are saying. Only you know, what is best for you. You chose your favorite coffee preparation process. Do not let other  people manipulate you. A coffee prayer could help you to improve the way you are…

The Coffee Flower – coffee blog about coffee farm

When the flower blossoms, the bee will come. – Srikumar Rao Coffee flower Coffee flowers are beautiful with a sweet and elegant fragrance, similar to the scent of jasmine. They have 5 – 9  small, delicate, snow-white petals that are open at night and early in the morning, A coffee flower blooms only 3 –…

Do you know, how to drink coffee

How to correctly drink coffee, or how do you like to drink coffee? Do you mix your coffee drink with a spoon? Do you drink it at once or do you wait? Do drink it cold, or very hot, warm? What is the best way to enjoy your coffee, did you think about this? Maybe…

With dreaming starts reality! Frubia project

Our plan It is our dream to create a small coffee shop, which will also offer a variety of useful organic products. We had been inspired by coffee and organic shops, which are located in Dublin. One of our favorite places is a small take/away coffee kiosk, which is located on the main road of…

Does light affect the freshness of roasted coffee beans?

 Coffee beans and light. Light changes everything… The stored coffee beans affect : Air Moisture Heat Light Light is a form of energy – called radiant energy. It impacts our emotional health and wellbeing. There is also a connection between light and our physical world. Nearly all living organisms grow with the help of ultraviolet (UV)…

Life of coffee cup

Coffee cup What makes a cup of coffee enjoyable for you? There are many factors such as the taste, the origin of the beans, the flavours and aromas. An important factor is also the place, where we are drinking the coffee. From my own experiences I can tell that a comfortable and inspiring place can…

Discusion with Barista in Thailand – coffee travel blog

Treasure Hunting in Chiang Mai: A conversation with a local barista While exploring the coffee-culture in Chiang Mai, Thailand, I had an interesting conversation with a barista. At one point I asked him, if he has more local or foreign customers. His answer was that he does not pay attention on his customers’ nationality.  He…

My own “Irish Coffee”, Black coffee with Guinness

What is Irish coffee? Do you think that it is a national drink which Irish people like to enjoy in the morning? Irish coffee has a regular shot of whiskey in it. And we have to take into account that it is not allowed to sell coffee with alcohol in the morning. In fact, you…