TO MAKE GREAT COFFEE IS ONLY ONE SIDE OF THE COIN. TO ACHIEVE MAXIMUM ENJOYMENT, LET US FLIP THE COIN AND SEE WHAT ELSE IS THERE TO EXPLORE.
A coffee experience is well known for its complex sensory characteristics and is often consumed for the sensory experience it provides.
What kind of coffee do I think is tasty?
I strive to offer coffee with an unparalleled variety of flavours. If you focus closely on your coffee drink, you’ll be able to appreciate countless fruit, herb, and earthy flavours. This may include bitter, acidic and/or spicy components. Properly brewed filter coffee offers a perfect balance of flavours combined with an amazing aroma, texture, and mouthfeel.
A coffee-tasting experience isn’t merely about ‘acidity’ and ‘bitterness’. To put it simply, neither life nor coffee is monochrome. If you want to bring more colour to your tasting experience, you need to dig deeper to discover new coffee flavours. Try to activate all of your senses, one by one, savouring each sip of coffee, as this will keep you in a mindful state. It will also help create long term memories of these joyful occasions.
WHAT MAKES A COFFEE EXPERIENCE UNFORGETTABLE?
For me, valuable experiences are inspiring moments that I will always remember. Let’s close our eyes and think about the last time we truly enjoyed a wonderful coffee moment – what did we do and why did we enjoy the experience so much? I remember many different moments. Most of them offered something that I had never experienced before. In a special way, interesting coffee moments offer great pieces of yet unknown art that will become a part of us.
I do not only remember what I did and who I was with, but I also remember how these moments made me feel. Interesting coffee moments are capable of sparking emotions. If we try to express our feelings, we can create art. Emotions can lift our spirit and increase our drive. I also remember interesting coffee moments because they gave me food for thought, thereby activating my creative side. I learned something new and gained insight into something I hadn’t thought of before.
HOW I SEE THE COFFEE EXPERIENCE
Coffee isn’t so different from a proper restaurant meal. Upon ordering your choice from the menu, you’ll usually receive some kind of side dish (rice, potatoes, etc.), some salad, and some sauce or other addition. The food may be artfully presented on colourful plates, perhaps in a novel environment. Every such factor will affect your assessment of your dining experience and of what you’re eating.Without consideration for the additions mentioned above, food rarely captures one’s imagination. And, likewise, for a ‘full’ and ‘mindful’ coffee experience, it’s important to remember every aspect that can influence a coffee moment.
It’s like with coffee to go. Even when the coffee is full of flavour, there’s always something missing. A ceramic or glass vessel makes a world of difference, and a nice setting (with pleasant people) can’t be underestimated either. When it comes to drinking coffee from a paper cup, we can safely say that it’s like a picture mounted without a frame.