www.bayawe.com Mindful Living with Coffee

IMG 0187

YEMEN – PLACE WHERE COFFEE STARTED ROAD AROUND THE WORLD

History

‘If Ethiopia is the heart of coffee, Yemen is the mind.’ Albert Zijlstra, Volcanocafé

Between the 8th and the 12th century, wild Coffea plants had been discovered in the jungles of Ethiopia. It is believed that local nomadic mountain people were the first ones noticing the coffee’s stimulating effect.

Continue reading YEMEN – PLACE WHERE COFFEE STARTED ROAD AROUND THE WORLD

0
IMGP3769 1

KODAWARI AND KISSATEN – JAPANESE COFFEE CULTURE

The passionate pursuit of an ideal

Kodawari

Kodawari is the noun form of kodawaru, an intransitive verb meaning “to be sensitive to minor things”.

Japanese Culture and Behavior: Selected Readings., edited by Takie Sugiyama Lebra, William P. Lebr

“Kodawari, the desired quality of focus and perfection-seeking, is a constant goal for makers of coffee, and fine craftsmen in any art in Japan. What he calls kodawari is dedication to his work, comprising service, skill in making coffee, and an uncompromising sense of the importance of what he does” – Coffee Life In Japan, Merry White (2012)

Continue reading KODAWARI AND KISSATEN – JAPANESE COFFEE CULTURE

0
Kosice

KOSICE – MULTICULTURAL SPOT OF CENTRAL EUROPE

A blog about the Coffee culture of a less known, but vibrant city within the EU

Find yourself in one of the inspiring coffee shops within this innovative and timeless city

Košice – the second biggest city in Slovakia – has a rich history and a long multicultural tradition. It’s a fascinating cosmopolitan city, where curious explorer can experience a special blend classic and contemporary Slovak, Hungarian, German and Jewish traditions. In 2013, Košice was the European Capital of Culture. Continue reading KOSICE – MULTICULTURAL SPOT OF CENTRAL EUROPE

0
3z4a

PEACEFUL CREATIVE COFFEE MORNINGS

Go within every day and find the inner strength so that the world will not blow your candle out. – Katherine Dunham

The act of preparing and enjoying a cup of delicious coffee is a wonderful morning ritual, especially during the winter time. The moments between waking up in the morning and getting ready for work are ‘Power Moments’. They will set the tone for the rest of the day.

Continue reading PEACEFUL CREATIVE COFFEE MORNINGS
0
IMGP0495 e1532120679357

COFFEE BREWING METHODS

Two main coffee brewing methods

INFUSION METHODS:

It can be any method, where the water consistently flows through ground coffee from the filter to the cup. The exit holes of the coffee-maker are open and not blocked. Pre-infusion gives you control over clarity and extraction of the coffee brewing process.

Continue reading COFFEE BREWING METHODS
0
p1690735

TWO COFFEE BLOGS FOR THE NEW YEAR 2019

The New Year celebration with cup of coffee

Usually, The New Year, I am starting with my traditional cup of coffee, created from the nice people that I have met during the previous year. For each person, I add one coffee bean.

Continue reading TWO COFFEE BLOGS FOR THE NEW YEAR 2019
0
5du

THE EFFECT OF A CUP’S SHAPE ON AROMA, TASTE & FLAVOUR

Coffee – stories from coffee beans to coffee cups

Every story has an end, but in life, every end is a new beginning. – Dakota Fanning (Uptown Girls)

As a matter of fact, design parameters – such as the size, the shape and the opening of a cup – alter the multisensory tasting experience of our coffee drinks. Alter all, it’s the design of the coffee cup that will complete the ‘story of the coffee beans’. The cup’s shape can expand the richness of the story at the end.

Continue reading THE EFFECT OF A CUP’S SHAPE ON AROMA, TASTE & FLAVOUR
0
IMGP0482

COFFEE FROM AKHA PEOPLE

The Akha People of Northern Thailand

One does not have the ability to throw away our customs any more than a buffalo has the ability to have its footprints one place and its body someplace else.

Continue reading COFFEE FROM AKHA PEOPLE

0
IMGP1112

THE ART OF COFFEE GRINDING

Grinder

If the grinder, is not of very good quality, you will get lots of dust in the coffee. The dust will get into the coffee mainly when you do coffee via French press, Mokka pot, or you can use steel filters. The brewing process can continue afterwards, and the taste of the coffee drink can change.

Continue reading THE ART OF COFFEE GRINDING

0
cup of coffee

CUP OR MUG OF COFFEE?

Cups vs. Mugs

Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes

What are the differences between cups and mugs?

There are many possible different definitions for cups and mugs. Generally, it can be concluded that the capacity is the main aspect that differentiates cups from mugs. Cups are smaller than mugs. A cup typically holds not more than 6 fl. oz. of liquid (180ml). A mug typically 8 fl. oz. if liquid (240ml) or more.

Continue reading CUP OR MUG OF COFFEE?

0

Website is Protected by WordPress Protection from eDarpan.com.