Made from fermented millet, Tchapalo is a wonderful and delicious drink from northern Ivory Coast. Produced and consumed by the people of the north, especially the Senoufo, Lobi and Koulango tribes, this drink is now prized by the majority of Ivorians.
The Reinheitsgebot, probably the oldest food hygiene regulation, is a law that has its origin in the city of Ingolstadt, county of Bavaria in 1516 and is concerned with the standards for the sale and the composition of beer.
Trappist beers are beers brewed in monasteries by or under control of Trappist-Cistercian monks. There are 174 Trappist abbeys around the world but only 10 Trappist-monasteries are producing beer.
The Chemex is appreciated by many coffee enthusiasts for its low-tech design, allowance for minute control over the brewing process and the ability to filter out the oils and solids from the coffee. Brewing with Chemex is a very simple process and allows you to improve your knowledge about coffee.
The AeroPress has become a brewing device known world wide for its outstanding coffee with simplicity.
Perhaps you have never heard of siphon coffee? It is known under numerous synonyms such as "vacuum coffee", "Vacpots", "Sintrax" and numerous other word combinations. Siphon coffee has been around for over 180 years but in the recent decades it was forgotten.
A perfect cappuccino doesn’t have to be a challenge, yet, baristas at many coffee shops still don’t really know how to prepaire it properly. With these tips in your mind, next time when you order a cappuccino, the things you heer and see will let you know if the barista is getting it right… or wrong!