Let me introduce you to Miró Manufacture de Café, one of my favorite cafés here in Zurich.
In Kiyosumi-Shirakawa there are no skyscrapers, but beautiful gardens, temples, shrines and a tight-knit community of small stores and boutiques. It’s also known for an abundance of coffee places. Here are some impressions from and things to do in Kiyosumi-Shirakawa.
Cold brew, frappucinos, and other iced coffee variations are all over the place. My personal revelation when it comes to cold coffee, however, is iced coffee the way it is served in Japan. Find out how to make Japanese iced coffee in this post.
Japan has a huge coffee culture. In places like Tokyo or Kyoto, there is a vivid coffee scene, and people seem to be even more obsessed about coffee than in Berlin or Brooklyn. Especially drip coffee is huge in Japan – and the iced coffee variety quickly became my go-to refreshment on those warm, late spring days. Here is a
This is what drinking coffee in Leipzig looks like. I miss this city and I believe I should go and pay it a visit sometime this spring, to revisit some of my favorite spots. These pictures are from 2010, the last time I took a trip to my old university city.
Together with Sebastian I went on a little coffee walk, starting with the new The Barn Roastery. No sugar, no soy milk and no laptops that is. Instead perfect coffee – mine tasted of Strawberries and chocolate – and was served by a very nice barista. Additionally we met some friends at the café as