If you just want to spend the day in front of the telly.
Best start tomorrow with a coffee and the appropriate documentary. The selection at Netflix, Prime and Sky are a bit limited, so here is a small overview.
2016 | 86:00 Min.
The Coffee Man explores the extraordinary world of specialty coffees. Sasa, an immigrant from Bosnia, takes the viewer on a journey from farm to cup, outclassing his competition from 52 countries for the 2015 World Barista Championship (WBC) title in Seattle.
2016 | 78:00 Min.
follows green coffee buyer Aaron Blanco for the Brown Coffee Company as he travels over 9,000 miles to Kenya looking for a new coffee.
2017 | 90:00 Min.
From world-class coffeehouses to coffee growers in the developing world, filmmakers seek answers to the question of what makes this unique drink so special.
2015 | 80:00 Min.
Hanh Nguyen and Vishal Solanki follow the cultivation of coffee in countries such as Colombia or Nicaragua, and on the other hand, prominent coffee lovers such as Danny Glover or industry experts such as Andrew Linnemann, who has been working for Starbucks for years, have their say.
2016 | 52:00 Min.
1708: Two frigates leave Saint-Malo in France and drive to Mocha in Yemen. The leader of the expedition is Monsieur Lamerway, the corsair of Louis XIV, who wants to concentrate on the trade in coffee. With interviews, archive recordings and animations one dives into the history of the black gold of the 18th century.
2016 | 90:00 Min.
A group of Honduran farmers fight to plant a new society.
2014 | 67:00 Min.
A documentary that explores the origins and obsessions that go into every cup of specialty coffee.
2017 | 45:00 Min.
The documentation visits coffee experts in the southwest: coffee roasters, baristas and coffee lovers. Hardly anyone knows that the supposedly best coffee machines in the world are not from Italy but from Heidelberg. And what would a coffee be without the right piece of cake in the stylish ambience of a coffee house? This is real way of life.
2013 | 30:00 Min.
In the past, coffee was a luxury product, today the supermarkets outdo themselves with cheap offers. But who pays the price for our cheap coffee? Michael Höft seeks answers from coffee roasters and plantations. The journey is to Brazil, where he wants to find out under which conditions the workers on the plantations harvest our coffee. How much chemistry is sprayed on the plants? The results of his research are frightening. Only on an organic plantation there was a positive surprise.