Indian Monsooned Malabar is a process applied to coffee beans. The harvested beans are exposed to the monsoon rain and winds for a period of about three to four months, causing the beans to swell and lose the original acidity, resulting in a smooth brew with a practically neutral pH balance.[1] The coffee is unique to the Malabar Coast of Karnataka and Kerala and has protected status under India’s Geographical Indications of Goods Act. The name Monsooned Malabar is derived from exposure to the monsoon winds of the Malabar coast.

Indian Monsooned Malabar is a process applied to coffee beans. The harvested beans are exposed to the monsoon rain and winds for a period of about three to four months, causing the beans to swell and lose the original acidity, resulting in a smooth brew with a practically neutral pH balance.[1] The coffee is unique to the Malabar Coast of Karnataka and Kerala and has protected status under India’s Geographical Indications of Goods Act. The name Monsooned Malabar is derived from exposure to the monsoon winds of the Malabar coast.

Coffee production in Papua New Guinea accounts for approximately 1% of world production according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. After oil palm, coffee is Papua New Guinea’s second largest agricultural export, employing approximately 2.5 million people.Coffee is the highest foreign exchange earner for Papua New Guinea, the majority of which is grown in the Eastern Highland Province, the Western Highland Province, and Simbu. With the industry not derived on a colonial plantation-based system, production is largely by small farmers with land holdings that grow as little as 20 trees per plot in “coffee gardens” alongside subsistence crops. Predominantly in isolated places, the product is mostly certified as “organic coffee.

Coffee production in Papua New Guinea accounts for approximately 1% of world production according to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. After oil palm, coffee is Papua New Guinea’s second largest agricultural export, employing approximately 2.5 million people.

Coffee is the highest foreign exchange earner for Papua New Guinea, the majority of which is grown in the Eastern Highland Province, the Western Highland Province, and Simbu. With the industry not derived on a colonial plantation-based system, production is largely by small farmers with land holdings that grow as little as 20 trees per plot in “coffee gardens” alongside subsistence crops. Predominantly in isolated places, the product is mostly certified as “organic coffee.

The Wiener Melange
A Wiener Melange (German for “Viennese Blend”) is a speciality coffee drink similar to a cappuccino. The difference is sometimes assumed to be that the Melange is made with milder coffee but the Viennese coffee company Julius Meinl describes a Wiener Melange as “one espresso shot served in a large coffee cup topped with steamed milk and milk foam”.Cafe Sabarsky in Manhattan concurs. At Cafe Sperl in Vienna, the Melange is half a cup of “black coffee” and half a cup “creamy milk”, topped with milk foam.The English term “Cafe Vienna” and the French Café viennois usually refer to espresso con panna - topped with whipped cream instead of milk foam. Ordering a Wiener Melange may yield the arrival of an espresso con panna even in Vienna, though this is properly called a Franziskaner (Franciscan Monk). The reference to Franciscan monks may apply to cappuccino too: Capuchin monks separated from the Franciscans in the 16th century; “cappuccino”, deriving from the austrian coffee preparation “Kapuziner”, might refer to the hood of milk on top of the coffee (italian “cappuccio” and german “Kapuze” meaning “hood”), but it merely refers to the brown color of the Capuchin robes.

The Wiener Melange

A Wiener Melange (German for “Viennese Blend”) is a speciality coffee drink similar to a cappuccino. The difference is sometimes assumed to be that the Melange is made with milder coffee but the Viennese coffee company Julius Meinl describes a Wiener Melange as “one espresso shot served in a large coffee cup topped with steamed milk and milk foam”.Cafe Sabarsky in Manhattan concurs. At Cafe Sperl in Vienna, the Melange is half a cup of “black coffee” and half a cup “creamy milk”, topped with milk foam.

The English term “Cafe Vienna” and the French Café viennois usually refer to espresso con panna - topped with whipped cream instead of milk foam. Ordering a Wiener Melange may yield the arrival of an espresso con panna even in Vienna, though this is properly called a Franziskaner (Franciscan Monk). The reference to Franciscan monks may apply to cappuccino too: Capuchin monks separated from the Franciscans in the 16th century; “cappuccino”, deriving from the austrian coffee preparation “Kapuziner”, might refer to the hood of milk on top of the coffee (italian “cappuccio” and german “Kapuze” meaning “hood”), but it merely refers to the brown color of the Capuchin robes.

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1727: Guvernul brazilian vrea o felie din piata de cafea; dar mai intai acesta are nevoie de un agent care sa sustraga planta dintr-o tara cultivatoare. Iata-l asadar pe Lt. Col. Francisco de Melo Palheta, acest James Bond al Boabelor de Cafea. Colonelul Palheta este trimis in Guiana franceza, chipurile sa medieze o disputa la frontiera. Suavul Palheta evita fermele de cafea pazite ca niste fortarete si alege o cale mai putin rezistenta – sotia guvernatorului. Planul ii izbuteste.

Cu ocazia unei cine de rang inalt, aceasta ii afiseaza pe furis dovezi de afectiune: un buchet cu vlastari de cafea. Din aceste cateva mladite a inmugurit cel mai mare imperiu al cafelei. In 1800, imensa recolta a Braziliei a transformat cafeaua dintr-un rasfat al elitelor intr-un elixir cotidian, o bautura pentru mase.

Pebble Coffee Table
Rock steady. Inspired by the shape and texture of smooth river rocks, the Pebble Coffee Table is a charming resting spot for drinks, trays and books when you’re lounging outside. It also looks equally at home inside, next to a modern sofa or chair.

Pebble Coffee Table

Rock steady. Inspired by the shape and texture of smooth river rocks, the Pebble Coffee Table is a charming resting spot for drinks, trays and books when you’re lounging outside. It also looks equally at home inside, next to a modern sofa or chair.

Famous Coffees no. 21 / Atonement

Famous Coffees no. 21 / Atonement

Sumatra Mandheling coffee has a syrupy body with hints of chocolate and brown sugar. It is well-known for its smooth and full bodied flavor that is both earthy and complex. Rich in history and rich in flavor, these coffee beans are legendary in the world of Sumatran coffee.

Sumatra Mandheling coffee has a syrupy body with hints of chocolate and brown sugar. It is well-known for its smooth and full bodied flavor that is both earthy and complex. Rich in history and rich in flavor, these coffee beans are legendary in the world of Sumatran coffee.

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Pe drumul de intoarcere spre Martinica, de Clieu scria, un calator “josnic de invidios”, “fiindvincapabil sa-mi sustraga aceasta planta de cafea, i-a rupt o ramura”. Apoi au aparut piratii care aproape au capturat vaporul; apoi a venit o furtuna care aproape l-a scufundat. In sfarsit, vremea s-a incalzit. Prea tare chiar. Apa s-a imputinat si a fost rationalizata. De Clieu a alocat jumatate din parcela pentru butasii afectati de seceta. Sub supraveghere armata, lastarul a crescut puternic in Martinica, extinzandu-se la o familie de aproximativ 8 milioane de arbori de-a lungul a 50 de ani. Roadele acestuia au aprovizionat America Latina, unde o filiera periculoasa a inlesnit raspandirea cafelei catre populatie…

A vacuum coffee maker brews coffee using two chambers where vapor pressure and vacuum produce coffee. This type of coffee maker is also known as vac pot, siphon or syphon coffee maker, and was invented by Loeff of Berlin in the 1830s. These devices have since been used for more than a century in many parts of the world.[1] Design and composition of the vacuum coffee maker varies. The chamber material is borosilicate glass (pyrex), metal, or plastic, and the filter can be either a glass rod or a screen made of metal, cloth, paper, or nylon. The Napier Vacuum Machine, presented in 1840, was an early example of this technique.[2] While vacuum coffee makers generally were excessively complex for everyday use, they were prized for producing a clear brew, and were quite popular until the middle of the twentieth century. The Bauhaus interpretation of this device can be seen in Gerhard Marcks’ Sintrax coffee maker of 1925.

A vacuum coffee maker brews coffee using two chambers where vapor pressure and vacuum produce coffee. This type of coffee maker is also known as vac pot, siphon or syphon coffee maker, and was invented by Loeff of Berlin in the 1830s. These devices have since been used for more than a century in many parts of the world.[1] Design and composition of the vacuum coffee maker varies. The chamber material is borosilicate glass (pyrex), metal, or plastic, and the filter can be either a glass rod or a screen made of metal, cloth, paper, or nylon. The Napier Vacuum Machine, presented in 1840, was an early example of this technique.[2] While vacuum coffee makers generally were excessively complex for everyday use, they were prized for producing a clear brew, and were quite popular until the middle of the twentieth century. The Bauhaus interpretation of this device can be seen in Gerhard Marcks’ Sintrax coffee maker of 1925.

Famous Coffees no. 20 / Taxi Driver

Famous Coffees no. 20 / Taxi Driver

If You can do a Craft, we can’t replace you with a Machine !”craftwork made by Milincu Camil and is coming soon at Mokumcafe Timisoara !

If You can do a Craft, we can’t replace you with a Machine !”

craftwork made by Milincu Camil and is coming soon at Mokumcafe Timisoara !

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In jurul anului 1714, Ludovic al XIV-lea a fost cinstit si el de catre olandezi – un arbore de cafea pentru Gradina Botanica Regala din Paris (harta), Jardin des Plantes. Cativa ani mai tarziu, un tanar ofiter naval, Gabriel Mathieu de Clieu, se afla in pemisie in Paris, din Martinica, a colonie franceza din Caraibe. Imaginandu-si ca Martinica ar putea fi o Java franceza, a cerut ramurele din arborele regelui. Dar a fost respins. Hotarat, de Clieu a facut un raid nocturn prin Jardins des Plantes – a sarit peste zid, a intrat in sera si a furat un lastar. Misiunea fiind indeplinita, de Clieu s-a imbarcat spre Martinica. Daca a crezut ca ce-a fost greu a trecut, s-a inselat…

we will launch or new Korova Milk on Saturday at Mokum Cafe. it’s nothing else than Coffee & Milk served ice cold in a 500ml bottle :)

we will launch or new Korova Milk on Saturday at Mokum Cafe. it’s nothing else than Coffee & Milk served ice cold in a 500ml bottle :)

Famous Coffees no. 19 / Vertigo

Famous Coffees no. 19 / Vertigo