Where the passion for good Coffee brought new Life
into an old Joinery
Moving here was a change of pace, but also a change of priorities and maybe even a change of mindset – especially when it comes to the definition of what good coffee should really be
Swedish Lapland in Autumn
Our Roadtrip to the North of Sweden
We are nearing the fjell and the tree line. Stekenjokk is one of the coldest places in Sweden. Only a few more weeks from now and winter winds will sweep over the plane and the snow will pile up meters high.
A fishermens life in coastal sweden
In thick overalls well shielded from the winds and the cold, we board the boat; the „Port Said“ almost weightlessly starts moving.
Friluftsliv in Sweden
Reconnecting with nature
As we become a part of the river, the forest, the hill, we discover a sense of home in a place we’ve never been before.
A danish tale of experiments, expectations and existence
In Skjern, located on the same latitude as Edinburgh, 9 friends started the first Danish whisky Distillery, Stauning Whisky, with enthusiasm and curiosity.
Runde – Norway
Completely unexpected we found a place, we knew we could stay forever. The island of Runde, Norway. read more…
Danish roasters with a mission
The advocats of direct trade on how to provide a great coffee experience.
The House in the Dunes
An ode to existence.
I have arrived.
Here in the pleasantly calm North of Denmark.
Carrow Coffee Roasters
Roasting in the Irish countryside
It is impossible to stand in a room like this and not feel the urge of a nice cup of coffee in your hands. read more…
A constant change
Experiencing how the weather changes between high plains and small cities by the sea.
Meeting a legend of the Burren
„I was born upstairs in the Roadside Tavern
Coffee guide brighton
Craft stories from the road
In Brighton the real question became: how much caffeine can we handle in a single day?
Lough Gill Brewery
Not your average irish craft beer
“The plan has always been to do big, bold, extreme beers – ones that other people wouldn’t brew because they were afraid to just in case there was no market.” read more…
Scenes from a city by the sea
Walking the weathered wooden planks of the Brighton Palace Pier, it doesn’t feel like October,
as this years summer simply refuses to leave.
Allure of distant places,
Hot water on ground luck. Bubbles appearing, dying at once. Do you remember the raindrops?
The night between the old and new
Saying goodbye to the last year, welcoming
the new. Our home for tonight:
A Mongolian yurt.
Look is key
Packaging design at “world of coffee” 2019
We kept our eyes open for the most intriguing, interesting or simply the most beautiful coffee packaging designs at World Of Coffee.