Cold brew coffee is a cool and refreshing drink for the summer.
Sometimes it is good to keep it simple: cool blend of cold brew coffee and toasty cane syrup make a tasty pair.
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…
Feeling like reminiscing summer? Add blueberries and lime to your cold brew and you're good to go!
The softness of cold brew coffee and the sweetness of ginger beer makes a perfect combination. Try it and you'll fall in love immediately!
Cinnamo-licious cold brew coffee.
This naturally energising chocolaty treat matches cold brew coffee with chocolate. Enough said :)
Super way to start your morning
Soft Ice Cold Brew, what a mouth watering cup of joy!
Lots of ice cream mixed with cold brew coffee, what could be better?
Learn how to make cold brew coffee by using Toddy. How to video & instruction how to prepare the coolest coffee drink!
Cold brew solution for cafés/home
Cold brew is fun because it works perfectly in many different coffee recipes. Cold brew coffee is strong and that gives flexibility to mix it with various flavours. Here's some inspiration for your summery cold brew drinks!
This refreshing fruity surprise with Cold Brew Sparkling Coffee and orange will rock your boat for sure.
This bold combo of Cold Brew Sparkling Coffee and kiwi syrup is the fruity drink of your dreams.
I bet roasting is the thing that every barista wants to know about! We can develop flavour by roasting coffee. How can we achieve the best tasting coffee? What actually happens when roasting?
Roasting coffee at home can be difficult, but in the best-case scenario the result can be a nice and pleasant cup of delicious coffee. For me, it is about having fun by doing and exploring different flavours with the same raw material. Forget the repeatability and enjoy the uniqueness of your roasts.
Driven by his passion for great coffee, Wille Yli-luoma put down his snowboard and started a coffee roastery in Portland, Oregon.
“Paulig Coffee Nerds” organized the second annual DIY Roasting Challenge in the front yard of Paulig Coffee Roastery in Helsinki.
Café tours are so last season, nowadays baristas and coffee-geeks make coffee roastery visits instead :) Coffee Roasteries are great places to learn more about coffee and coffee roasting: coffee roasters are often more than willing to share their knowledge about coffee and maybe even organise cuppings. I did a little coffee roastery tour in Estonia couple of months ago, here's a little report what I saw and learnt from it.