Coffee and Pics | Sunday coffee evening talks, photos and coffee like the Turkish
I am one to value projects and tackling the ones that are dearest to us.
Exploring photography, coffee and self has been my top three favourite things to learn about lately.
This post is on coffee and friends that are passionate about it that we go on dates routed in it as a theme.
We are a group of friends w common interests that learn by involvement
Ru brought the coffee back home from her travels earlier this year together with her mother's coffee pot. V pulled out her mother's fancy schmancy tea set that she now owns as a reminder of her mother and lessons to only keep the pretty and useful around.
I've carried my chemex as we also brewed pour over local Noir Coffee Lab Coffee which we all tried for the first time.
We drank, laughed and talked and made photostories together. Ru assisted by google even did our Turkish coffee readings.
I have only a short history w turkish coffee and this was my third time trying. My second time was at home and it went wrong, see about that story here. My first time having Turkish coffee however was in Italy the year before, 2015. I met Derya Turgut, of Mabelique, in Italy last year.
Are you a tea or coffee drinker...Hot or cold? Tell me I'll love to know. I think a simple thing as drinking habits can bond people and make lasting friendships sharing time over such a simple thing.
This was my third time trying. My second time was at home and it went wrong, see about that story here. My first time having Turkish coffee however was in Italy the year before, 2015. I met Derya Turgut, of Mabelique, in Italy last year. We spent somewhere near 5 nights and 6 days together with around 10 others learning about Food, Visual Story Telling + Sartorial Photography Puglia, Italy with Beth Kirby of LocalMilk and AceCamps. She directed me to this youtube video when she learnt I was experimenting with Turkish coffee.
Chan. I hope you enjoy this Italian Series