It is said that in the 15th century Turkish law stated that a woman could divorce her husband if he did not provide her with a daily quota of coffee.In 2021, we believe that women can provide for themselves but that coffee remains a great way to show those who you love that you care.
When we talk about coffee from Africa, most people are familiar with the East African coffee legends like Ethiopia and Kenya. But what do you know about Kenya’s neighbour, Tanzania? This might be due to the way the Tanzanian coffee industry has been hampered by plant illness, regulations and exporting bureaucracy and problems in the
There is no need to expand on the current situation, aside from acknowledging the heavy impact on many if not all small businesses in Switzerland and worldwide. Whatever industry you are in, there will necessarily be some form of adaptation to the exceptional circumstances we find ourselves in. In these uncertain times, there is not
As I sit down to write this blog, it crosses my mind that this post will be biased and absolutely not comprehensive. The wonder of the speciality and third-wave coffee movement is that new shops are popping up everywhere (some sadly also close their doors again shortly afterwards), and so my choice of favourite coffee