Geisha Specialty Blend Coffee Attendant

Hits: 21Bean: Papua New Guinea, Guatemala and Brazil Shop: Geisha Specialty Coffee, Singapore Geisha Specialty Blend: Background information When I visited Geisha Specialty Coffee owner Wang Tao gave me a package of Geisha Specialty Blend espresso. The taste surprised me and I really wanted to review this blend for theRead More →

De Koffiemolen Alkmaar

Hits: 78After blogs about Singapore, Hong Kong, Peru and so much more, it’s time to blog about The Netherlands. This time it’s about De Koffiemolen in Alkmaar. I have been writing about the biggest, prettiest and best coffee hotspots all over the world for a couple of months now. RecentlyRead More →

Bicky and Brew Singapore

Hits: 22When I woke up today I wanted a bit of sunshine and a good cup of coffee. Too bad the weather was overcast and the threat of rain hung in the air. Just when I was about to order a coffee at the hotel bar, I remembered my colleagueRead More →

Rufous Espresso Blend 1

Hits: 7Beans: Rufous Espresso Blend Shop: Rufous Coffee Roasters, Taipei A while ago I wrote a blog about Taipei. I wrote about my efforts to meet up with the barista world champion Berg Wu. During that trip I also went to Rufous Coffee Roasters and I bought Xiao Yang’s acclaimedRead More →

Singapore Barista Trail 20-8-2017

Hits: 52Today I started down the path of the Singapore Barista Trail; a path where I take you to the first three great coffee shops. Singapore is a city with opportunities and wealth. Never in my life have I seen so many Ferrari’s, Bentley’s and Lamborghini’s in one spot (well,Read More →

Berg Wu Chasing the champion

Hits: 32When I saw my schedule and it said that I was going to Taipei, I could only think of one thing: “That’s the city where the 2016 Barista champion Berg Wu lives. I have got to meet up with him!” When I arrived in Taipei I already knew thatRead More →

Hits: 60Bean: Jaen Cajamarca, single origin, Bourbon Shop: The Coffee Road Jaen Cajamarca: Background information Once again I have reviewed a bean from The Coffee Road: Jaen Cajamarca. This bean comes from the North-western part of Peru and is grown in the Cajamarca region. If we zoom in a bitRead More →

Washed processing

Hits: 91Welcome to the coffee processing page. The cherries on the coffee plants have ripened and are ready to be harvested. After harvesting the cherries, it is time to process the fruits for roasting. This processing is very important because it affects the flavours and tones of the beans afterRead More →