How to freshen up your cold brew coffee? It´s actually quite easy because cold brew coffee has many good friends; mint, lemon, lime, soda water, lemonade…
Goat Gina is something that many of you probably have came across in social media or at least I have. I really liked to multi functionality of Gina and the design is also pretty amazing. The manufacturer has done quite nice marketing and I just had to order one of these babies for us to try out. So let’s begin the testing.
Cold brew coffee is perfect drink for hot summer days but why you should definitely sell it in your café? Here are my four reasons why every café should sell cold brew coffee throughout the year!
During sunny summer days cold brew coffee is the perfect refreshment. Cold brew coffee is also perfect to make at home when you are graving for something special from your cup of coffee. Making cold brew coffee at home is easy, simple and doesn't need any fancy equipment. Here is how to make cold brew coffee easily - anywhere!
Summer is here! Ice cream and ice pops bring us relief on a hot day and if they contain coffee, even better! Here are 3 different ways to enjoy coffee in the form of those cold coffee delicacies!
What happens in SCA Barista Skills Professional course? Couple months ago I completed the SCA Barista Skills Module with its' last level: Professional. I spent three days in Amsterdam geeking the hell out of coffee, water and milk. My trainers were Onna and Florian from Stooker Coffee Roasting Co. This is what we did during the two training days and exam day.
Our sourcing manger Anna Vänskä (read here more about Anna and her passion about coffee) introduced me to a pretty new brewing equipment called Vandola. It really caught my eye because it’s really pretty and doesn’t look technical at all which is somewhat fresh in the coffee scene where all the novelties normally have lots of shiny parts and technical details. Vandola is made out of clay and it looks like something out of ancient times. Sooo what there is not to like?
Sustainability is one of our core values here at Barista Institute, we want coffee to both taste good but also be good for people and environment. Baristas are there to represent the whole value chain and we have an important role in communicating and executing the product in the best possible way.
Rosetta is probably the easiest and hardest latte art pattern to pour as it's easy to get started with but hard to master. Here is my guide how to pour a latte art rosetta pattern and what to consider when pouring the rosetta.
It's been 40 years since Paulig started coffee trainings for consumers and customers. Back in 1980 our coffee training department was established in Finland with the name of "Paulig Instituutti" so Paulig Institute with a purpose to train consumers how to brew better coffee. We wanted to share some stories from our previous trainers and see what is up in their lives nowadays!
Perfectly steamed milk is something everyone is aiming for, right?! But how is milk steamed so that you get the perfect microfoam in your steamed milk? Let's go through 5 easy steps how to steam milk!