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You are rushing to take the bus to work on a typical Monday. Your body is craving for caffeine, urgently need some caffeine to kick your brain from the weekends hangover. 3 mins more until the bus arrive. Should be just enough to grab a coffee. You can make it. You run into the coffee shop. Grab a […]Continue reading
Owner and barista of the Facebook community – Coffeer, Alex Lai joins Forbidden to talk about, well, a lot: how he switched from an editor to a barista, his coffee sharing experience during his working holiday in France, and his advice to people who are also looking for a new career journey.1. So, which coffee […]Continue reading
So. You want to become a coffee pro without spending huge money on taking professional courses. Why wouldn’t you?! You can speak the coffee language when you are ordering coffee in front of your friends. And you can talk coffee like a pro. You explain the variety, history of coffee, and even where to find […]Continue reading
You are skeptical. You hear about specialty instant coffee does taste good – the instant coffee that retains coffee aromas and tastes the same as a good quality cup of drip coffee. In addition, you can prepare such a coffee by yourself within 1 mins. It sounds too good to be true. Especially when “Instant” was used […]Continue reading
As Sabine Parrish wrote in Standart Issue 7, The story of coffee on its journey from the farm to the final cup is central to our identity as specialty coffee.” The origin of Specialty Coffee means a lot to consumers. If you are a coffee lover, I know you love discovering stories of coffee as […]Continue reading