Torrefacto Method

Roasting style with a long tradition Torrefacto is a way to roast coffee beans. Originally developed in Spain, France and Portugal to make coffee last longer and preserve flavor. Unsurprisingly, …

Cappuccino Stencils

Pimp my Coffee Not everyone succeeds Latte Art. But you want your milk foam not to be so naked? It’s easy with cappuccino stencils. Mostly you get a small selection …

Tunisia

Ottoman and Andalusian influences Coffee came to Tunisia in the 16th century through the Ottomans. In 1846 there were already 102 cafés in Tunis, half of which were run by …

French Polynesia

No. 74 of coffee producers with 20 tons of coffee a year. On June 22, 1819 coffee plants were introduced from the Norfolk Islands. In 1865, about 300 Chinese arrived …

Singapore

Singaporeans love coffee. Since the early 20th century, they enjoy their daily caffeine kick. As in Malaysia, the “original” Singapore coffee is roasted with sugar (and margarine) using the Torrefacto …

Pink Coffee

She likes coffee? She won’t forget this Valentine’s Day! Another annoying commercialized day of the year, right? I promise you, there are no gift recommendations. And don’t worry dear singles, …

Lebanon

Coffee with a long tradition Before coffee spread throughout Europe, Asia and South America, the first coffee houses already existed in the Middle East in the 16th century. Unfortunately, after …

Norway

3rd place of the highest per capita coffee consumption goes to Norway. With 8.8 kg of green coffee a year and 3 cups of coffee a day, the Norwegians are …

Syria

Coffee since the 16th century With the expansion of the Ottoman Empire, Turkish coffee spread to Syria, Yemen, Egypt and southeastern Europe. The first coffee houses, which were initially only …

Detox Coffee

Why should coffee only be drunk warm and with milk? Anyone who has ever drank a coffee cocktail, knows coffee taste also cold and fantastic without milk. Today, I’ll take …