Auf Einen Kaffee Mit Günther Bohuslav

Dieser Beitrag stammt von Silke Knöbl und wurde ursprünglich auf folgender Webseite veröffentlicht: https://nachhaltigertourismus.at/auf-einen-kaffee-mit-guenther-bohuslav/ Österreich hat zwar das Image einer besonderen Kaffeehauskultur, aber das Verständnis für wirklich guten Kaffee ist indessen nicht sehr ausgeprägt. Ein Besuch bei einem Kaffeeröster in Hartberg (Oststeiermark), der sich der Aufklärung über echten Kaffeegenuss verschrieben hat. Fiaker, Brauner, Verlängerter, Einspänner, Melange, Mokka – die Kaffeenamen …

Global Coffee Klatsch

An atmosphere of impatience, intolerance, with a bit of sophomoric behavior shrouded a recent meeting at this year’s G8 Summit. Apparently, when Germany’s Chancellor, Angela Merkel, placed a bag of her favorite coffee, Boh’s Beans Kenya roast, on the table, the other seven members had a difficult time keeping their attention on the issue at hand. The group of eight …

Coffee Crop Circles

Juan Feijão, coffee grower and owner of Grão de Café estate, a 670 hectares coffee plantation in the Minas Gerais area of Brazil, reported the sudden manifestation on Tuesday of what first we mistaken as crop circles, in a major portion of his coffee fields. „Fiquei chocado quando descobri os círculos“, (I was shocked when I first discovered the circles) Juan told …

Boh's Beans Takes World By Storm

A recent article in the Coffee Chronicle has the entire coffee industry scrambling for their piece of real estate as Boh’s Beans coffee roaster in Hartberg, Austria captures mass attention from prominent architects who „absolutely love“ Boh’s quality coffees. Architect of the world famous Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai, Tom Wright, while living for five years in Dubai, developed a …

Temple of Jupiter or Doc Bean? Pompeii

Built sometime in mid-2nd century, as the Temple of Apollo was being restored, the Temple of Jupiter stood as a testament to Rome’s increasing influence and the importance of their highest god, Jupiter, who superseded the Greek’s god, Apollo, as the ruler of all the gods and protector of Rome. In the past year, 2015, with centuries of accumulated dirt …

Boh's Beans Logo on Cave Wall

Discovered in 1879, the cave paintings were thought to be forgery by the scientific community until 1902, when similar findings of prehistoric paintings were discovered. To date, scientists cannot agree on the dating of the archaeological artifacts, nor on the paintings and drawings. Interestingly, in 2008, researchers using uranium-thorium dating discovered that the paintings were completed over a time period …