Chile

From coffee on Easter Island to coffee with legs Coffee arrived in Rapa Nui in 1800 with the Dutch colonists. But the coffee farms were abandoned long ago. Since then …

Barbados

Third Wave coffee roaster in the Caribbean Barbados was one of the first British colonies in 1625, where mainly sugar cane, tobacco and cotton were cultivated. After the British colony …

Czech Republic

Coffee since 1714 Prague’s first café, “Zlatého Hada” (Golden Snake), was opened in 1714 by the Armenian Deodatus Damajan Damascenus. It is located under the bridge tower on the petty …

Caffezza

10% off the first German Cold Brew Coffee Lemonade I was skeptical. After coming across coffee lemonade this year in London and being totally flashed, I did not know if …

BBQ and Coffee

Get your grill on before the summer is over That was a lovely long summer! The question is how much longer. That’s why today a few tips how to combine …

Coffee Slushie

I become innovative in this heat this summer Do you remember Slushie? This crazy colorful, super sweetened, super artificially tasting water ice you can drink? For me it is a …

Iran

From coffee to tea When the Turks expanded the Ottoman Empire on Persian territory, they also brought along their way of making coffee. In the 16th century, coffee was first …

Cyprus

A traditional preparation that does not surprise, but makes you want more. In 1571, the Ottomans took power and brought today’s coffee to the island. As in many other countries …

Armenia

Armenians opened the first European coffee houses Coffee came via Arabia to today’s Turkey and to Armenia. Armenian merchants from the Ottoman Empire opened the first coffee houses in Europe. …

Coffee Soda

Coffee is not only addictive hot with milk and sugar Anyone who has drunk cold brew coffee, espresso martini or coffee tonic, knows that coffee has its charm cold as …