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.
Which are the must-go cafés in Amsterdam? Amsterdam is hosting World of Coffee 2018 but it isn’t necessary known for its cafés and roasteries in the same way as Berlin or London are - which is a shame I think. Amsterdam has many interesting places to offer in terms of coffee and otherwise it is in my opinion the most beautiful city in the world. Here are my tips for cafés to visit while in Amsterdam!
Are you planning your summer holidays? Make sure to choose a destination where you can also have good coffee! Our Café Guides collect the best cafés in each city so that you don't have to find them. So here you go: Best cafés in the world!
Why some of the coffee shops don't seem to be successful in all the customers and some of them are left without any? How to get people to visit your location and come back over and over again? What makes a successful coffee shop? A successful coffee shop doesn't just happen and there are many reasons behind a successful coffee shop.
Paulig Café & Store is a Paulig flagship coffeehouse in Russia, a unique place for coffee lovers, inspired by Finnish Paulig Kulma and a new point on Moscow coffee map with a great coffee, superior food and beverages!
Are you visiting Vilnius and want to find the best specialty coffee cafés in town? Then make sure not to miss this blog where I introduce the best cafés in Vilnius! Vilnius has been booming in recent years in specialty coffee cafés and new ones are popping up all the time in various locations. Let's see what are the best specialty coffee cafés in Vilnius!
Kombucha has become extremely popular a few years back as there are many health benefits in it and it is a naturally fizzy drink with sweetly fermented flavor. It has been around long before the hipsters found it and it became part of the today’s heath trend of functional beverages. Study of Wiley University tells that it originally comes from China where it was used for its health benefits as early as 220 BC.