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Pavel Bolero

Pavel Bolero has 38 articles published.

Top 10 Cafés in Singapore

Just like we did with The 10 Best Cafés of Istanbul and The Top 10 Cafés of New York This time we decided to go a little bit more to the East – the Far East. We took a quest upon ourselves to find you the best cafés and coffee shops around Singapore. Known to… Keep Reading

The Top 10 Cafés of New York

In our last article, we presented the best coffee houses of Paris. Now we investigate the coffee scene of the American megapolis, New York City. In recent years, the coffee fever has taken over New York and addresses serving good cups are multiplying and rivaling each other, making the classic Starbucks a chain now drowned among… Keep Reading

The Top 10 Cafés of Paris

After the cozy coffee houses of Rome, let’s move a bit further and discover a different culture together. France’s history with coffee dates back to 1669. The Turkish ambassador introduced the black drink to XIV. Louis in this year. The coffee was served in a porcelain cup by slaves in the Sun King’s castle, the… Keep Reading

The Top 10 Cafés of Osaka

After the diverse and exotic coffee houses of Manila, let’s travel further and learn more about the coffee culture of this hi-tech country. Japan is basically known for its tea, but surprisingly the country is now among the largest coffee consumers among the importing countries, the market is growing steadily. Coffee is relatively a new… Keep Reading

The Top 11 Cafés of Vienna

In addition to the traditional cozy cafés and small coffee bars, café-restaurants, coffee shops, and pastry shops may also be found in Vienna. Not to mention the combinations of a coffee house with pub, bookshop, bar, musical locales, cabaret stages etc. Today, there are also efforts to give a fast-food character to the café. However,… Keep Reading

The Wonder Products of Four Sigmatic

The whole story started in the Nordic countries in 2012. Meanwhile, the pioneering products of the company spreaded in 25 countries in a few years. That is not a quotidian resultate! In 2014, the business repositioned it’s headquarters to the USA, where the invention was introduced in January 2015. Since then the guys came a… Keep Reading

Should Pregnant Women Drink Coffee?

Children exposed in utero to caffeine have a lower birth weight, according to a Swedish study published in the journal BMC Medicine. Several studies have already been carried out on the possible impact of caffeine on the future baby, without reaching a consensus. A major pitfall of this kind of work is the fact that… Keep Reading

Interesting coffee facts

The aroma of coffee contains more than 700 substances, and it is rich in caffeine. The original home of coffee is presumably Ethiopia. Coffee launched in the 15th century and came to Europe in the 16th century with the contribution of the Arabs. Today, it is one of the most popular drinks in the world.… Keep Reading

Something Else: RIP Coffee

No, in this case, RIP does not mean „Rest In Peace”, however, sipping a good coffee on your deathly bed may sound a good idea. In fact, the term means „Roastment in Parchment”, that is to say, the coffee bean is roasted while still in its parchment and then all is ground and brewed. When… Keep Reading

Coffee from Nicaragua

Only Arabica coffee is grown in Nicaragua. The production area occupying more than 100 thousand hectares takes place primarily in the northern and central areas of the mountains. The highest plantations (600-1500 m) of the Central American countries may be found here, for which the tropical climate and volcanic soil is favorable. So, the Nicaraguan… Keep Reading

The Dude’s Favorite: White Russian

White Russian was created by Gustave Tops -a Belgian barman- in 1949, along with the black Russian, which is in fact a White Russian without any cream. So, the drink’s country of origin has nothing to do with it’s name. White Russian is a satisfying and rich drink blended from vodka, coffee liqueur, and light… Keep Reading

Solid Vigor: The Vietnamese Coffee

Coffee is a national drink in Vietnam, and is one of the things to enjoy in Vietnam. This is not surprising given the excellent quality of the coffee trees grown in the Central Highlands, especially the area around Buon Ma Thuot which undoubtedly produces the best coffee in Vietnam. The fertile soil and the ideal… Keep Reading

Reasons Why You Should Drink Coffee

Any adult normally has already made at least one cup of coffee. It is consumed everywhere, and according to the number of Starbucks stores in the United States, we undoubtedly love caffeine. And that’s not bad. In fact, there are many benefits to being part of the majority of the population drinking coffee every day.… Keep Reading

Illy, the Espresso Specialist

Illy is the company founded decades ago. To be more precise the year of foundation is 1933. The place is Trieste, Italy. Today this company is present in 140 countries. The revenue of this company is 437 million $ and currently it employees 1.177 people worldwide. The founder was Francesco Illy. After the First World… Keep Reading

Two Famous Coffee Museums

We will discuss two interesting coffee museums on two different continents. The first will be a museum of one of the great powers of coffee, Brazil. The other, also a prestigious museum, is in Austria. Brazil Coffee Museum (Museu do Café Brasileiro), Santos, São Paulo, Brazil This place is the stronghold of Brazilian coffee. Coffee… Keep Reading

Coffee in Literature

Madame de Sevigne thought that Racine and the coffee will be gone. But she proved to be wrong. It is quite clear that the dramatist and the black drink became immortal. Lovers of coffee Whether the beverage or the place, many writers, just as simple mortals, are lovers of coffee. Some like it hot, others… Keep Reading

Coffee’s Influence on the Different Art Forms

Can a drink be synonymous with aesthetics? The question may seem a little bit strange. Taking some artistic forms, coffee can turn out to be art in its own right, and in this sense, it seduces artists. Formerly, coffee inspired architects who dedicated places of consumption to it and it was at the center of… Keep Reading

The Story of Coffee in Hungary

Coffee came to Hungary with the Turks, but at that time the black drink was not that popular. The creation of coffee fashion is due to the Hungarian aristocrats and military officers who often paid a visit at the Viennese court. The first coffee house in Hungary The first Hungarian coffee house opened in 1714… Keep Reading

The Climate Change’s Effect On Coffee Production

World coffee production has more than tripled since the 1960s to supply the market with a value of $ 19 billion, with annual consumption continuing to increase by 5 percent per year. However, according to some studies, the size of the areas that are suitable for coffee cultivation will be halved until 2050. An australian… Keep Reading

Interesting Facts About Kenyan Coffee

According to experts, Kenya is one of coffee’s most reliable sources, due to stringent quality control system in Africa – and to the environmentally conscious cultivation of the shrubs with a low amount of chemicals. Here are some interesting facts about Kenyan coffee:       The 1800s, when it all started Although Kenya is a neighbor of… Keep Reading

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