For the past month or so I have refrained from drinking coffee. This was quite the undertaking for me since I regularly consume four cups a day. I always wondered if it was physically possible for me to give it up, but what actually got me to take the plunge was a Christian tradition called […]
Dinh is an exchange student from Paris studying medicine at Karolinska. You might know him as the 2013 Swedish Aeropress Champion. Dinh’s journey into Speciality Coffee started just last year as a regular customer at DROP Coffee. Johan, a barista at DROP introduced Dinh to the Aeropress. Intrigued by the coffee culture of Scandanvaiva, and […]
The walk was longer than expected. My stomach did not like how far it traveled before it was fed. I forgot the address so I was only going on a hunch of location and by looks. I spotted a cafe-looking-front with it’s name etched on the window. T-Something. So I doubled back for a better […]
Poland is a unique place. Within the past month I visited it twice. First, Szczecin and second Warsaw. Through these travels I learned that I am naïve in my appreciation for freedom to live, work, and play as I please. The Poland of today knows that freedom. But the Poland of the past was furthest […]
Here is a poem that I wrote last year about my favorite beverage: coffee Follow my Tumblr blog for all my coffee cataloguing.
I had the opportunity to share my love of coffee with my friends a couple of months ago. I invited several people over to cup three different coffees. During this tasting we rated them on their: aroma, taste, body, acidity, & finish. The three coffees that I showcased where: an Ethiopian from Drop Coffee […]
My favorite coffee moment was when I started to drink my coffee straight black. I had consumed coffee for a good bit of 4 years before that moment but always with a splash of milk & the occasional half a lump of sugar. I was well set in my coffee ways when I stepped into […]