This guy is so awesome. Luis Rodriguez is a trailblazer for producing countries in his passion for the barista craft.
In a brainstorming session held toward the end of the day and lead by Martin Hildebrant, attendees were asked to suggest any resources they thought might be helpful
As informative as the day’s educational sessions were, all attendees and baristas looked forward to the chance to head outdoors in the late afternoon for a boat tour of Copenhagen.
After a short break following the scenic hour-long boat tour, attendees and teams regrouped at Noma for dinner.
Some of you may remember the lovely Polish barista and café owner Joanna (Asia) Grzybowska who graced the cover of the February/March 2006 issue of Barista Magazine.
Thanks to the talented staff (chefs and knowledgeable waiters included), last night’s festivities left a few (er, make that more than a few) a bit bleary-eyed this morning.
Why would terribly serious baristas who prefer their espresso with hardly any accoutrements care to learn about sugar?
Here’s a hint: if you visit Copenhagen, you simply must try the food at Café Europa. Me, I’ve already eaten there four times since I arrived in the city last Monday.
After a presentation on the roasting process by Probat’s Arno Schwenk and his associate Daniella on the colorette machine and process