Can coffee drinking be made more sustainable? Last year, in Lithuania, we had a great idea how to increase the lifespan of a coffee bean and to get something magical out of it.
We love coffee a LOT but there is always a bit of a quirky feeling about the waste left over from our favorite beverage. It is degradable so that is one solution but would there be something else to use it for. There is a theory that people around the world get the same ideas simultaneously, so I figured out that probably other people are struggling with this as well. I found a few very clever companies using coffee grounds for new products. Here are my favorites and don’t hesitate to comment below if you find something even more fascinating.
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.
If you are in Tallinn and crave some good coffee, this is the post for you! Tallinn has many great cafés to visit, but here’s my top 5 cafés.
Portugal’s vibrant capital Lisbon or Lisboa as the locals call it, is a perfect holiday destination for those who love coffee. There are plenty of fantastic, creative coffee shops and many of them also roast coffee. Baristas are very happy to tell you about their products plus the coffee is super tasty.
Here are couple of places for good coffee in Bergen. All places are located in the city center. Do indeed use your feet and have a nice walk :)
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!