World Of Coffee Berlin 2019

Dear 80+ fans, we just got back from Berlin from World of Coffee. Another great year of serving our coffee at this huge event, meeting friends and new people, tasting fantastic coffees and getting familiar with innovative products, it has been a pleasure! We hope you were there and you got to try our Beriti at our friends’ stands at Compak and at Dalla Corte, if not, you can still find it at our webshop packed in our 100% compostable bags. Read more

Zero Waste Latte Art Throwdown

Zero Waste Latte Art Throwdown for us was one of those collaborations that really matters because there is a great idea behind. We thank very much Oatly for preparing such a sustainable event. We are also very proud to deliver such an important message side by side with Dalla Corte, Mare Terra and Keep Cup.Read more

Lisbon Coffee Festival

Lisbon. The city of light and coffee boom. The market is growing all together with the interest for new flavors.

So the very first Coffee Festival took place this March, highlighting the new era in Portugal.

We were so exited to get behind the scenes and see what was happening there. Read more

New year, new coffees

Here we are with our three new coffees, we were very excited to finally find some different, juicy, sweet ones that we could use both for filter and espresso extractions.

How can you choose the best one for you?

Do you prefer easy or funky? Do you like brightness or creaminess? What extraction do you like best? Read more

Coffee and wine

“Variety”, “terroir", “micro-climate”, “the producer’s hand”, all of these concepts sound pretty familiar if you know something about wine, right? Well, believe it or not but they are just as important in the production of coffee, especially when we talk about the sensory characteristics that we find in the final cup. It is quite common that people ask us coffee professionals about the coffee of Central America or Africa, about its taste and production but the truth is if I ask you “What does the wine of France taste like?”, wouldn’t you be a bit confused? Which wine region are we talking about, Bordeaux, Rhone Valley, but what about the producer, they’re all different!Read more