The speciality coffee scene in Italy is slowly, but surely evolving – at least in the main cities. Every time I go back to Milan or Rome or Florence I find new cafes have opened which use speciality coffee beans or offer filter coffee on their menus. A good sign of better things to come. On my last visit to Milan I had the pleasure to discover Taglio Caffè & Emporio, one of my favourite spots for coffee, brunch and aperitivo in the city.
It’s that time of the year: the London Coffee Festival is back at the Old Truman Brewery and it’s as busy as usual!
The London Coffee Festival celebrates London’s bustling and vibrant coffee scene. With over 22,000 visitors expected, The London Coffee Festival promises to be an unmissable event for discerning coffee lovers and those working in the coffee scene. The festival will feature over 250 artisan coffee and gourmet food stalls, tastings and demonstrations from world-class baristas, interactive workshops, street food, coffee-based cocktails, live music, DJs, art exhibitions and much more. [London Coffee Festival]
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The first time I visited Berlin in 2007 I still thought espresso could only good in Italy and my coffee habits abroad we limited to ordering tall cappuccinos from Starbucks.
Nowadays if I’m travelling to a European capital or one of the world’s top cities is often BECAUSE OF its specialty coffee scene! I have a long list (partly written, partly in my mind) of all the coffee shops I want to visit in the world and I am slowly trying to tick all the boxes off.
In the years that followed my first visit to Berlin, the city’s coffee… Continue reading