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- 1 Subscribe And Get Your Kickass World Cafe Location Map
- 2 Unleash your coffee geek
- 3 Featured Reviews
- 4 Do it yourself
- 5 Weekenders Coffee Roastery | Kyoto Japan
- 6 Coutume Cafe | Osaka Japan
- 7 Takamura Wine and Coffee Roasters | Osaka Japan
- 8 Nakamura Coffee | Ise Mie Prefecture Japan
- 9 Cafe Cereza | Osu Nagoya | Japan
- 10 Glitch Coffee and Roasters | Tokyo Japan
- 11 Recent Posts
- 12 Rocket Coffeebar S.49 | Bangkok Thailand
- 13 % Arabica | Kyoto Japan
- 14 Vermillion Cafe | Kyoto Japan
- 15 Follow me
- 16 Contact Me
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Welcome to my ad-hoc chronological caffeinated narrative, sipping my way around the world. New Year’s Eve 2013, I was introduced to Specialty Coffee in the middle of nowhere in southern regional village of Paksong, Laos.
My first drip-style Pourover brew was served as black as ace of spades… and I hated it. However, after 4 days of continued persistence, I grew to fall in love with this artisan style coffee. The Coffee Geek within me was unleashed.
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Weekenders Coffee was a pleasant discovery about a 15 minute walk from the hostel I was staying in. The cafe and roaster was located upstairs set in a very simple yet funky layout. I loved their 'Cherry Blueberry' flavored Ethiopian Single Origin Yirgacheffe coffee so...
Apparently Coutume Cafe was permanently closed at this location the date of this post. My first experience of Steampunk coffee... I wasn't overwhelmed by the experience to be honest... Although watching the brewing technique in action intriguing, I actually found it...
This place brought both my beverage passions together - Coffee and Wine.. I place reminded my of the local alcohol shop in Australia called Dan Murphy's but with a twist.. a built in coffee roaster.. Although a little walk from the Metro, it was worth the visit to...
I'm constantly astounded by the quality of coffee even in the most peculiar location through out Japan.. Nakamura is a roaster set in the family home that sources single origin beans from around the world.. The family hand sorts defect beans before and after roasting...
The owner, Masahiro, on this occasion was so kind to allow me to sample some of his other coffee's he had available. The Single Origin Kilimanjaro was the most interesting. The generosity and style of Masahiro and the ambience he has created is beyond measure. I can...
Glitch Coffee and Roasters was the best place I had an Espresso in Japan. All I have to say is that this cafe not to be missed when hopping around Tokyo! The owner was super definitely a coffee geek as I saw him throw out the first espresso he made for me. BTW - Sorry...
Rocket Coffeebar S.49 was a great little discovery recommended by my good friend and creator of eggsontoast.today - Sam. The cafe has a variety of gourmet dishes and coffee on their menu including some specialty coffee options. Its location is tucked away within the...read more
After first visiting % Arabica in Hong Kong, I was stoked with the opportunity to check them out in Kyoto.. Having 2 Slayer espresso machines and a Tornado roaster they pump out some pretty amazing coffee! Super impressed with what these % Arabica do. Transcription:...read more
Really loved the owner and barista of Vermillion cafe.. Positioned perfectly for the foot traffic from Fushimi Inari and Araki Shrine's. Great place to enjoy the scenery from the shrine hike.. Transcription: Hey there, it's Tim again with another episode of Coffee...read more