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Our little trip into nature with coffee and homemade sourdough bread

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It's that time of the year when the sun shines beautifully through our windows each morning, and gets us dreaming of relaxing by a lake or at that sea. A great idea can be to pack your bags full of coffee and lunch and head out to somewhere peaceful where you can hear the wind and the birds, and perhaps go for a dip!  One sunny day last week we grabbed our things and headed out to the beautiful 'Parsteiner See' in Brandenburg to try out some of our new coffees. We can highly recommend taking a trip there if you get the chance.

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Coffee tastes different out in nature. 
We decided it would be fun to brew our coffees there, with our trusty V60 Hario dripper (available on our Webshop) as to obtain maximum tastiness and to really relax and slow down. But worry not, you can also prepare amazing coffees at home and simply bring them with you in a flask; cold or hot. 
We'll share our go to cold brew recipe in the next post, so stay tuned! 

 

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The homemade sourdough bread was also deliciously tasty, served simply with a drizzle of olive oil to preserve its natural flavour. The dough was made from rye and spelt flour, which adds a nice depth to the flavour which really pops. If anyone would like our simple and easy-to-bake recipe, let us know! We can highly recommend jumping onto the sourdough bandwagon (and with this method it's a lot simpler than it used to be)! 

As for pairing coffees with sourdough, we brewed both our delicious new filter coffee from Burundi and the omni-roasted decaf. Burundi Incuti is our newest addition to the range and is a very clean, crisp and refreshing naturally processed bourbon from the Kayanza Province. Full of tropical notes, this sweet & jam-like coffee is just perfect for any summer session, whether brewed hot or over ice.


All available for you to order now! 

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