Profiled and awarded as a latte art guru, barista Ben Morrow’s heart beats to the work done by coffee farmers and to a pot of black filter coffee.
The history of latte art goes back centuries. Once you have mastered the fundamentals, all latte art designs can basically be made by etching or free pouring.
Filter coffee is making a comeback, but this time the method is pour over rather than traditional coffee brewer.
Rwandan coffee comes from small farms. Paulig’s Anna Vänskä and Marja Touri were charmed by the beauty and cleanness of Rwanda during their trip to learn about the country’s coffee production.
There are endless flavour notes to coffee. You can practise observing these through a coffee tasting technique called coffee cupping. Paulig’s chief taster describes how to get started.
Colombian family farms produce two coffee harvests a year. The impact of coffee bean origin can be detected in the flavour: beans grown in the south have citrus notes, those from the central area are fruity and herbal, while beans from the north have traces of nuts and chocolate.
I’ve been in the coffee business for about three years, and I can still see a lot of opportunities to grow as a professional.
Seeing people very passionate about coffee and everything related to it made me want to be part of that family too.
The reason I’m a barista is because there’s so much to learn about coffee and it keeps me inspired every day.
Australian coffee culture is one of the most advanced in the world and we have a lot to learn from it. Australians care about the quality and the taste of the coffee. We could also encourage café owners to be as personal and unique as the Australians are. And most of all, enjoy coffee and everything around it! It’s a way of life, not just fuel to get you through the day.
Germany isn’t well known for its coffee culture. Still Berlin is becoming the coffee capital of Europe with its huge variety of third wave cafés. The coffee scene is expanding almost every week.
If you’re interested in coffee and want to find speciality coffees – come to Vilnius! There are so many great places for coffee enthusiasts. Let´s share our experience, knowledge and have fun together.
I had the pleasure of chatting with The Barn Berlin’s roaster Jessica Greene. She has worked for 4.5 years at The Barn, which is regarded as one of the most advanced roasteries in the world.
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Perfect combination of sweet & salty!
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