Réunion

Bourbon Pointu – one of the best and rarest coffees in the world Originally, only wild coffee grew in the humid forests of Réunion – C. mauritiana, also called café …

Dominica

With 233 tons of green coffee, no. 61 of coffee producers. After 1725, the French began to grow coffee in the Soufriere area near Pointe Michel and in the north near …

Argentina

Coffee is part of the lifestyle. Due to the geographical and climatic situation, coffee only grows on a few hundred acres in the subtropical provinces of the north – almost …

Merry Christmas

I wish you a Merry Christmas! There is still some time left until the mess. And what could be better than baking cookies together and reminiscing with a coffee? I …

Gingerbread Latte

Homemade Gingerbread Latte For the first advent, I’ll show you how to make a gingerbread latte macchiato at home. Ingredients gingerbread syrup 1½ cups of water 1 cup of brown …

Advent Calendar – Day 2

Sometimes it must be Espresso! The second bag of my advent calendar is a blend. The Coffee Inland Empire – Perfect Espresso 50% Brazil: Ondas de Mantiqueira Yellow Catuai, “natural” …

Finland

The world champion in coffee drinking! The Finns have the highest coffee per capita consumption worldwide with 12.2 kg of coffee. That’s 33g of coffee every day, which is equivalent …

Algeria

Coffee with a long tradition In Algeria, coffee is called “shaadhiliyye“, named after Ali Ibn Umar al-Shaadiliyye, who lived until 1418. It is said that he was the first to …

Cinnamon and other Spices in Coffee

Holiday season is coming The shelves are full of spiced cookies, cinnamon stars and mulled wine, so why not having Christmassy coffee. Orange, cloves, cinnamon and cardamom should not only …

Cappuccino Day

Did you know… the 8th of November is Cappuccino Day. Today the National Cappuccino Day is celebrated in the USA. Enough occasion to see why the cappuccino is so popular, …