Not only do they roast their own beans, they sure know how to prepare them as well. My advice: prepare yourself for coffee heaven. If you’re not into the coffee scene, their tea offer will have you gladly join your coffee-loving friends for a drink here.
Over the past couple of years I’ve seen myself turn into a true coffee afficionado. I can’t remember when I had my first cup of coffee though, I just know that it was early on. While I stuck to the traditional coffee maker for years, I found myself drawn to barista-made coffee in the recent years. Until recently, the barista-made coffee was sipped in the coffee bars I frequented in different locations. However, earlier this year, Steven and I took a slow coffee class, where we learned all the different techniques to provide us with a cup of barista-made coffee at home. Discover a couple of tips and tricks after the jump.
For the last post in this Paris week, I’m taking you on a quick lunch break to CafĂ© Madam. We stumbled upon this charming and particularly small breakfast and lunch spot after our visit to Centre Pompidou. CafĂ© Madam is all about brunch done right: fresh products, reasonably priced and served with a smile.
One of the first (decent) coffee bars I “discovered” in Bruges was I Love Coffee and boy, was I in for a treat.