I finally feel like it’s time to revive the blog and resume writing. As you might be able to tell, I’m really inspired by recent happenings in my coffee world – my close friend Matt Winton got the gold in Swedish barista championship (I learned a lot from him, and I’m still learning) and at the Swiss championships Emi Fukahori won the gold in Brewer’s cup and Mathieu Thieis won the gold in the Barista category. What makes these achievements feel even bigger is that the three of them work in the same spot – the specialty coffee shop Mame in Zurich. I’m absolutely stoked for them, amazing achievements. Read More
Swiss Coffee Championships are over and I feel inspired and motivated again. Well of course I wouldn’t call it my best experience ever (because I got my ass kicked in Brewers Cup) but the learning process during the preparation for the competition was absolutely stunning. It’s just that when there’s a competition that means you’re working towards a goal and more or less you concentrate in one area of the enormous coffee knowledge, at least that’s what happened to me. Read More
Photos from the Tiroler Barista and Latte Art Meisterschaft 2014 in Innsbruck, Austria.
The European Barista and Latte Art Championship (Tiroler Meisterschaft) in Innsbruck finished!
I’m addicted to this kind of exhaustion.
Last night we had a blast at Bar Sattler in Bern where the 14th edition of the Swiss Thursday Night Throwdown Latte Art Competition was held! Awesome weather, awesome people, awesome patterns, a lot of beer and fun!
World Barista Champion 2014 is Read More