Van Gulpen Wenago Ethiopia

Beans: Wenago, Kudhume, Welisho, Dego, Yirgacheffe, Ethiopia.Shop: Van Gulpen, Emmerich, Germany. Van Gulpen: Background information. The city of Emmerich, Germany, hosts one of the oldest coffee roasters in the world: Van Gulpen Coffee Roasters, roasters of this Wenago coffee.This coffee company was founded in 1832 and is the oldest family-runRead More →

Imbibe Coffee Roasters Finca La Cumbre

Beans: Finca La Cumbre, Caturra, 200hrs anaerobic fermentation, Huila, Colombia.Shop: Imbibe Coffee Roasters, Dublin, Ireland. Imbibe Coffee Roasters – background information: The first time I was introduced to Imbibe Coffee Roasters (roasters of the Finca La Cumbre) from Dublin was when I was visiting my friend Roger Zapatas. He gaveRead More →

Smell and Tell game logo

Smell and Tell. These three words are the starting point of a journey through the world of aroma’s. Play, learn and above all, enjoy getting better at detecting the aroma’s in a game invented by Coffeemind. Coffeemind: Background information. Meet Morten Munchow; masters degree in Biology and Philosophy, coffee roaster,Read More →

Schot Koffie El Corozal Review

Beans: El Corozal, Colombia, Washed, Huila, Colombia.Shop: Schot Koffie, Webshop, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Schot Koffie: Background information. Schot Koffie (roaster of El Corozal) is one of the oldest coffee roasters in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. As you might expect from a roaster that has been around since 2011, they know howRead More →

Cafflano Krinder handgrinder

Cafflano is a manufacturer of coffee brewers that are specifically designed to use anywhere. At home, at the office, on a field trip and even in the airplane you see the Cafflano brewers pop-up. The only thing that was missing, was a Cafflano Krinder to grind the coffee with. TheRead More →

Best Coffee Shops in: Edinburgh

In this article I will take you along some of the best coffee shops in Edinburgh (UK). Edinburgh is a city in Scotland and is well known for it’s beautiful historical sites, medieval architecture, Mary Kings Close and of course the lovely Scottish people who live there. Did you alsoRead More →