Beans: Caturra Amarilla, single origin. Shop: The Coffee Road, Lima As you might have noticed I like my Peruvian coffee. The thing is that Peru has several climate zones that make for excellent coffee with a lot of different varieties. Today the coffee that I will review is Caturra Amarilla.
Blog: Italian Coffee Culture at war. It always feels special to visit Italy. Be it Rome, Venice or Milan; somehow Italy always knows to captivate me with it’s rich history, beautiful people and the many sub-cultures it upholds. Italian Coffee Culture as a pillar Catenaccio (a soccer tactic), the iconic
Beans: Obatā (Maria Lucia) Shop: Sofa Cafe, Rio de Janeiro Last week I was in Rio de Janeiro where I visited two coffeeshops: Bastarda Cafe (amazing) and Sofa Cafe (Specialty shop). I took home a batch of Obatā coffee beans which I’m going to review here. Obatā: Background information The
Beans: Cuba Turquino Lavado Shop: Smaak Enzo, Heerhugowaard Today’s review is about the single origin Cuban Turquino Lavado which I picked up at the local shop Smaak Enzo in Heerhugowaard. Rest assured; this bean is widelyspread throughout the world and should be available in lots of countries. Cuba Turquino Lavado:
Bean: Sidamo Arabica, single origin, grade 2 bean, Ethiopia. Shop: Henry’s Coffee, Webshop, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Today I will review a special bean for you: the Sidamo bean! As you might know, my last review concerned The Blend; a Uganda/Colombia blend from Henry’s Coffee. Henry’s Coffee suprised me with a