Just came across this photo on a hot day and thought I’d share it.
Here’s a really interesting short film on the origins of coffee, and what’s happening there with climate change.
The good folks over at Cool Hunting have been kind enough to put together my wishlist of espresso parts…
Here’s a brilliant approach to getting people to help others that are in need.
What?! Your macchiato is served on a wooden tray with a little glass of sparkling water to go with it?
Well here’s a new addition to the simplified ways in which to make espresso.
Portland definitely has its share of amazing coffee houses, but Barista located in the Pearl District is one that tries to elevate the craft.
Two of my favorite things together at last.
On a couple of trips to the Northwest I was able to partake in some of the magic beans that come from Stumptown Coffee in Portland.
Allow me to introduce you to the peak of home espresso machines.
Just not into drinking espresso, but still love the smell and could use the caffeine?
I’ve been looking at this little guy for a while now, but just couldn’t get my head around the idea that you could get decent espresso from something the size of a normal portafilter.
If you are familiar with TED, you’ve probably heard that Jaime Oliver is the latest to win the TED prize…
Too often the little things in life go unnoticed. This is odd, since it’s usually the little things that make all the difference.
I recently posted about an espresso machine and about something that was astronomically expensive, so I thought that I’d combine these together.
OK, I’ll cop to being an espresso snob. What can I say?