Tea is served with a little timer for perfect extraction. Before I opened my coffee bar I used to brew a lot at home, mostly Chemex and Aeropress, but I tried also V60 and Syphon. Therefor I use new coffees from different roasters. – What is/are your favorite website(s) to get information about coffee? Their subscriptions are amazing to discover roasters and coffees from all over the world.
Chocolate drinks are served with a mini whisk, so there is an extra dimension regarding experiencing. During my visit in London I visited many coffee bars and got so much more enthusiastic. – What would you say to people who don’t know much about coffee?
It became clear Brussels was far behind and there was quite some potential.
I noticed also friends and people I knew were missing a nice spot to have a coffee, read a book or newspaper, have a chat with friends, etc. (see before) – Do you have another passion or a hobby besides coffee? I followed quite some classes and had nice results.
So I started looking for opportunities and I went to Horeca Expo Ghent and noticed coffee was hot.
Shortly after I started my first coffee classes and visited events such as the London Coffee Festival or the Amsterdam Coffee Festival.
Slow Coffees get their finishing touch a the table, in front of the client.
We were sort of like the Pogues and the Commitments all mixed up.
The boys were brilliant musicians and they were also great craic, as we say.
So, each drink is prepared with the utmost care and every client gets his own cup, chemex, teapot … My very first coffee experience happend a very long time ago, but my first specialty coffee experience occurred on the occasion of a cupping session at Horeca Expo Ghent.
It didn’t take long for me to realise that I was holding in my hands the holy grail of what Australia By Song is all about – an entire album dedicated to an Aussie city!