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.
Sonja Björk Grant runs her own business called Kaffibrugghúsið – a multi-functional coffee company – in Reykjavik, Iceland. She has been involved with the World Barista Championships since 2000 and has influenced the development of the competition’s judging system.
Perfect combination of sweet & salty!
This coffee will keep you warm in the winter! Enjoy sweet chocolate with a hint of spicy chili.
Feeling like reminiscing summer? Add blueberries and lime to your cold brew and you're good to go!
Smooth and peppery coffee drink to keep you warm on a rainy autumn day.
Chai latte going nuts with espresso and spices! Deliciousness guaranteed.
Cinnamon roll as a coffee. Believe it or not, it tastes exactly the same!
Honey instead of sugar, why not!?
Halloween is full of trick and treats. So is this Halloween coffee!
In the year 2017 Finland is celebrating 100 years of independence! We created this drink to honor the beautiful country.
Apple, caramel, cinnamon… Christmas Apple coffee recipe is a perfect drink just by itself or also with gingerbread! Enjoy!
Glögg or mulled wine can be also prepared with coffee! This beverage is non-alcoholic, our own version of the traditional Christmas drink.
Everybody loves ice cream. And coffee. So whoever discovered combining these two is a pure genius! Affogato Mint is our favorite summer dessert. Instead of using espresso, test filter coffee or cold brew coffee.
Smoothie and a cup of joe in the same cup!
Espresso recipes are important in cafés in terms of consistency and flavour. How and why are the espresso recipes made and what are the things you should consider when making a recipe for espresso? Let’s dig deeper into the world of espresso!