A few weeks ago, I got behind the wheel and went to visit the area of Brick Lane to shop for some coffee. I stumbled upon the Holy Shot Coffee shop, which was making coffee using Caravan Coffee Roasters’ beans. I wanted to try their The Daily Blend beans, so
I've been an avid coffee drinker since I got hooked about 20 years ago. After owning a De'Longhi Dedica coffee machine for about 5 years,
I recently upgraded to a Sage Barista Pro and have been experimenting with different coffee beans a lot.
Although I tried many different coffee types and recipes, I really don't like milky drinks, and apparently I can't tolerate the bitterness of an espresso either. So, all the recipes and the reviews of the coffee beans you see below will be based on making an americano.
I also make a mean Matcha Tea Latte, but I make that exclusively for my wife. I really don't know how you all drink that green gunk.
Posts under the tag 'Coffee'
I have to admit that I have a peculiar taste when it comes to coffee: I only enjoy americano, and only with dark blend coffee. I never liked milky drinks, and whilst I do drink filter coffee occasionally (when an americano isn’t a choice), I can’t tolerate the
When I was visiting The Novotel Hammersmith for the second round of the Turkish General Election, I looked up some coffee shops on the map to see if I can refuel for the return journey home. I noticed that The Gentlemen Baristas were just around the corner, and I dropped
I’ve been tinkering with my Sage Barista Pro machine for a month now, and Dark Woods coffee brand is one of my favourites. I enjoy dark blends with strong taste, so Crow Tree gets out a very strong Americano with a dark chocolate taste. Here’s my recipe: * Coffee:
I’ve been drinking coffee zealously, especially Americano, and I mostly have been making my own coffee with my Delonghi Dedica for about 5 years. But I’ve never appreciated how difficult it is to make good espresso and Americano until now.