Coffee and drinks have more in common than we think. Get inspired and next time mix your coffee with something else than milk, sugar or water.
Coffee itself is a trend but what is happening around it during the year 2018? Will there be a new cold brew coffee? What is the role of barista in 2018? What’s the most exciting brewing method? As a barista, it is important to follow what’s going on in the coffee scene, we often are the ones to introduce the trends to the cafés and customers. What do you think is the most exciting coffee related trend this year? Here are my predictions for coffee trends in 2018.
London Coffee Festival 2018 gathered over 30 000 coffee geeks together to see, feel and taste what is going on in UK's coffee scene. The annual event has become a must-go event for the coffee professionals in Europe. London Coffee Festival is the place to spot the latest coffee trends and sense the vibes in the specialty coffee industry.
Where do coffee trends come from? What are coffee trend waves? The world of trends might sound something like fashion and lush. However, numerous trends can be spotted in everything we do. For example from the way we enjoy our coffee.
In the beginning of the year it is time to predict what is happening in the coffee scene during the year 2019. What will be the biggest coffee trend in 2019? Here are my predictions for the coffee trends in 2019.
New Zealand, at the far side of the world, is the furthest place one could travel from Nordics or Baltics. And it really deserves a visit. Top-quality coffee, magnificent wine, excellent food, wondrous nature and its European-like feeling is perfect for a travel and coffee enthusiast.
Scandinavia is well known for its massive coffee consumption culture. We Finns have always been number one in the world, around 10kg of roasted coffee drunk per person per year, but Norwegians, Swedes and Danes are quite close behind with 6-8kg per person per year. Also our Scandinavian food culture is expanding to all around the world and Denmark especially is leading the way.
What is there in the cup, when you wander around Oslo checking out the trendy coffee shops, enjoying a cupping with legendary Tim Wendelboe and visit Kaffikaze, the Norwegian version of Coffee Festival?
When my friend suggested a grand cupping with different coffees, I was all in. Creating a coffee community or coffee events on your own is just a matter of getting people and coffee together.
I visited the city for the first time years ago and totally fell in love with, well, everything. Since I have visited regularly. It's a stunning mixture of history and modern, rough street corners next super posh high street shops and of course interesting coffee scene. Russia has been traditionally more tea then coffee country, and when 94% of people drink tea you could say it still is pretty tea concentrated nation.