Day of Coffee in Peru

One of the world’s largest coffee producers celebrates today the Día del Café Peruano, on 25 August 2017. Peruvian coffee is known worldwide for its high quality. More than 2 million Peruvians live on direct and indirect employment. In order to increse domestic consumption, the Ministry of Agriculture declared 2017 …

For foam spooner and coffee stirrers

A phenomenon that has brought the Latte Macchiato movement with it. In addition to the foam, of course the spoon is also essential for this purpose. I have discovered for you a few very lovely spoons, with which sugar, milk, layers and foam are as stylish as never stirred and …

Carneval in Peru

The carnival originated at the beginning of the 20th century. Inspired by the carnival of Venice. The traditions were adapted 20 years ago. The carnival in Cusco begins with the festival of the godfathers and godmothers. The custom of “Yunza“, in the rainforest “Humisha” and on the coast “Cortamonte” is …

Peru

With an annual production of more than 250,000 tonnes of green coffee and a market share of 3%, Peru is among the top 10 coffee producers in the world. Cultivated are 99 % Arabica beans / 1% Robusta. Via Ecuador coffee was introduced in the middle of the 18th century …

1.10. – International Coffee Day

Why? On an International Coffee Day one agreed only last year – more precisely the International Coffee Organisation. On the same day, Japan has been celebrating the hot drink since 1983, the first country in the world. Finally, the Japanese are the third largest coffee importers (behind Germany (2) and …