Malaga The capital of Andalusian has a peculiar way to order a coffee. A mitad (half and half), a cortado (short), a nube (cloud), a sombra (shadow), and more five varieties which delight coffee lovers everyday in Malaga and other cities along Costa del Sol. The measuring system is a certain proportion of milk and
Australia The coffee culture here is different from ours since Australians drink less black coffee, and more Cappuccinos, Flat Whites, and Lattes – the ones responsible for huge queues at the coffee shops every day! The coffee here is serious stuff! Here, the coffee shops usually open between 5 or 6 in the morning and
Portugal Exactly! I never had a taste for coffee, but an appreciation was born in Portugal. With pure flavor (I do not like to sweeten coffee, tea or juice – it takes away all the real flavor), the habit came indirectly from a routine: to absorb knowledge, to have my own time and that second
From London A mere forty minutes from Charing Cross in central London, is my house in Kent. A place where we can History and where incredible places are just a short drive or walk away. The White Cliffs of Dover, the river Ouse, where Virginia Woolf took her own life, her country house, Henry VIII
Munich The culture of coffee shops – or cafés – goes beyond French borders and is becoming a universal thing. Pass by a coffee shop and look around. Everything is happening: a dating begins, another ends, deals are closed, deals are broken. There are people who laugh, smile, cry, shut up or watch all this!