Our roving reporter Brian Williams travels a little further than usual and discovers plenty for travellers and ex-pats who are missing their home coffee comforts. Photo by Redd Angelo.
This week we’re profiling Nico. You can catch him at Climpson & Sons. Q.How long have you been…
Give your wedding, party or corporate lunch a kick with these 5 great London-based mobile coffee and tea bars. They’re all easily bookable on feast-it.com in just 4 clicks.
Locally sourced milk and partnerships with craft breweries are all well and good – but do your customers enjoy their visit to your café? Our irascible raconteur knows it’s crucial to focus on what’s really important. Illustration Martin Kingdom
In this series, we ask London's best baristas about what makes them tick. This post, meet Mattie who only started making coffee 5 short months ago.
Here at Caffeine, we love to explore the more esoteric elements of the coffee industry. Drum roll please... this is Jonathan Tam’s guide to Geisha! Photo by Blake Richard Verdoorn.
In this series, we ask London's best baristas about what makes them tick. This post, meet Kelly, an aspiring painter.
There’s more to Switzerlands’s largest city than financial institutions and chocolate. As Maria Teresa Mancuso discovers, it’s also the place to go for great coffee. Photo : Ricardo Gomez Angel.
In this series, we ask London's best baristas about what makes them tick. This post, meet Hugo. Originally from France, Hugo only learned how to make a cup of coffee a year ago when he lived in Brisbane, Australia.
The coffee world can be very sniffy when it comes to adulterating coffee with anything other than milk. But, says Paul Eagles from Kokoa Collection, the mocha deserves a second look. Photo: Andy Waterman.
Next week the Berlin Coffee Festival kicks off at the Markthalle Neun in Germany’s booming capital.
The cool kid of Europe is sure to put on a stellar show with Caffeine Mag favourites The Barn and Five Elephant amongst those exhibiting. Alongside roasters showing off their latest and greatest beans, a variety of baristas will be competing in coffee competitions across the weekend, espresso tours will be held across the city, and the festival will hold a number of workshops and talks with sustainability taking the spotlight.
For hundreds of years, on breakfast tables across the world, a cup of coffee has been enjoyed with something sweet. But why, and when was it decided to pair the two? Hugo Harrison investigates. Photo by Honey Fangs.