OMG! Are you scared yet? Try this liquorice cappuccino for Halloween!
Latte with cinnamon syrup is a perfect seasonal coffee recipe for Christmas.
This seasonal coffee recipe with almond milk is perfect for Christmas in a café.
Perfect coffee recipe for dessert - tune your Café Mocha with mint and chocolate!
Salty caramel freakshake with espresso.
Bright up your afternoon with double espresso and tonic water.
Smooth and peppery coffee drink to keep you warm on a rainy autumn day.
In the year 2017 Finland is celebrating 100 years of independence! We created this drink to honor the beautiful country.
Making great espresso is difficult. It requires at least delicious coffee beans, excellent brewing recipe, good and clean espresso machine and grinder. Also you need to know the best practices on how to actually pull an espresso. Here are my tips about the practices and my routine how I make espresso.
You can see, taste and feel the personal touch of a professional barista in a flat white, an espresso based coffee originating from Australia. Flat white should exhibit distinct flavour of coffee as well as milk.
How to make espresso?
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!
There is a saying in Finnish “cleanliness is half of the meal”. I know it doesn’t make any sense in English but the message is important. Cleaning your espresso machine might the most boring part of being a barista but it is really important. You are not able to get great tasting espresso if you don't clean your espresso machine properly and daily! Let's check how to clean your espresso machine.
Aeropress has been around already since the 90’s and it has become quite popular in the past ten years among the barista community. There is even few cafes concentrating in using only Aeropress as their premium coffee maker. And let’s face it, it's a super easy to use, clean and it’s very durable. There is already quite a lot of add-ons to Aeropress such as grinders, filters and now an espresso maker. And it's a called Prismo.
Last time we focused on the fundamentals of coffee brewing. This time we will concentrate on different coffee brewing methods! I’m, as a Finn, a big fan of filter coffee. Many think that coffee is just a way to survive through your day, kind of fuel for the body but I think it’s really complex and interesting thing to experiment with. So many wonderful and clear tastes!
Design comes with elegant taste
40 g coffee - 680 g water – 6 min brew time
= 620 ml/608g brewed coffee