dien thoai di dong , dau gia , the gioi smartphone , download game mobile , smartphone , tang truong , khoa hoc cong nghe thong cong , mua ban sim , Smartphone gia re , cong nghe tuong lai , cong nghe 360 , giai tri guongmat.org , su kien trong ngay , thoi trang hi tech , thong tin 360 , may tinh bang , perfect body , kasuman.com , gia vang hom nay , tin tuc an toan , kinh te viet nam , xay dung viet nam , thoi trang , thoi trang , phu nu viet nam , tin tuc moi online , dich vu bao ve viet nam , bao ve viet nam , cong ty bao ve viet nam , tin tuc moi online , giai tri 24h , tin tuc 24h

slider1

espressofabriek-5This chalk board was spotted in a coffee shop in Amsterdam. It really is a sign of the direction the coffee industry is moving towards. Similar to wine, more and more consumers want to know the origin of the product they are consuming. The connection between the source of the product and the end consumer can not be under estimated. It creates an appreciation for the product when the consumer understands the time, attention and love that went into creating the product.

Sure there will always be a place for mass produced "commercial" blends, but there is no reason why the bigger coffee companies can't communicate basic things like origin (country or region) and perhaps even processing and/or roasting details. Unless of course they have something to hide....

Add comment

We value your thoughts and opinions and encourage you to share these. Please don't abuse this feature with fowl language, insults or vulgarity. We reserve the write to delete any comment that is not fitting with the nature of this website or any comment that we feel is abusive, vulgar or insulting


Security code
Refresh