One World, many ways to have coffee!

Since I am in Iceland, I have become more aware of how small the world has become and the importance that coffee has in it. Iceland, that small country in the northern hemisphere, nobody knew about it except for the volcanoes, their more international musicians (Björk and Sigur Rós) and those impressive landscapes. Nowadays this […]

How to … Matcha Tea

My first impression of drinking matcha was unexpected. I thought that when drinking the whole leaf the result would be a bitter drink but on the contrary I found myself with a sweet drink with a subtle flavor. The matcha tea combines very well with different types of milk and can be used in pastries […]

COFFEELOVERS #5 The Soul Kitchen

English below Me cuelo en la cocina de un restaurante con una estrella Michelin, el Hotel Restaurante Europa, en pleno centro de Pamplona. Pilar Idoate y sus hermanos regentan esta casa donde compartí los momentos previos al servicio. Visita el blog para saber más:… Gracias al Restaurante Europa: I visited the kitchen of […]

Decaffeination Processes

Decaffeination: Is the removal of caffeine from coffee beans, cocoa, tea leaves and other caffeine containing materials. Caffeine: Is a central nervous system stimulant of the methylxanthine class and it is the most consumed psychoactive drug. The most prominent effect of the caffeine is prevent the onset of drowsiness induced by adenosine. Caffeine is a […]

Reykjavik Winter Lights Festival│Quality Espresso│Reykjavik Cocktail Weekend

February as come, darkness fade away and grow the activity in the city of Reykjavik! The Winter Lights Festival “Vetrar Hátíð” An annual event to stimulate the city when the Christmas has gone and the dark days still among us. The festival celebrate along the capital area both the winter days and the growing light […]