Roasting Coffee or “You can’t always get what you want”

Back in 2015 Rob Hoos published a book that, I like to think, changed the perspective of the roasters who read it about how to roast coffee in order to taste in a specific way. How to add sweetness, what to do to increase the perception of the body, how to mitigate or accentuate the acidity. “Modulating the Flavor Profile of Coffee. One Roaster’s Manifesto” … Continue reading Roasting Coffee or “You can’t always get what you want”

Introducing Telegram Channel

The recent addition to this blog – Telegram channel Café Sin Mentiras. I’ve been doing short videos, stories, talking about coffee for Instagram for a while – but they always tended to do much worse than simple photos, even though they took me much more time and effort. Since I started to use internet, I have always been a content creator more than a consumer. … Continue reading Introducing Telegram Channel

Learning the Latte Art – how much time you really need

Milk. An ingredient so common, so usual, so simple (or at least it seems to be). A perfect match for coffee, the best possible companion. Just hear me whispering to you ear “cappuccino”, “flat white” – and you are already imagining you morning treat. Silky shiny foam, undisturbed surface, rosetta on top. Something so simple – and so hard to achieve. Let’s talk milk? Continue reading Learning the Latte Art – how much time you really need