Coffee Review: Anchored Coffee – Figurehead

This has been one very weird year, the first of its kind actually. I spent the first 5 months of it chained to my desk, studying 8h a day, 7 days a week for my exams. The past 3 months have been a mix of getting my life back on track, trying to catch up…

Coffee Review: Newland “La Muerte”

Depuis quelques mois, nous nous sommes mises à essayer du café « filtre » pour tenter quelque chose de nouveau et d’explorer d’autres façons d’apprécier une bonne tasse de café, qui n’est pas sous format espresso. Nous avons commencé par s’équiper avec un cône V60 et une carafe par Hario via la boutique torontoise  BruHouse. Cette boutique…

Coffee Review: Social Coffee & Tea co.

Quick question for you, when it’s 35 degrees out and humid, do you still reach for that warm cup of coffee or are you #teamicedcoffee? I must say, it’s not the same just drinking iced coffee… I feel that I’m missing out on my morning ritual when I don’t have my hot pour–over or latte….

Coffee Review: goodboybob coffee

Why hello there! It’s been a long long time! Last time I posted, there was still snow on the ground; right now, theres a bunch of puddles here but at least theres the green stuff in the trees! I kept my promise of testing out new coffees while I was studying, and man, I think…

Coffee Review: PT’s Coffee Roasting Co. – Ad Astra

Good morning beautiful people! It’s been a busy week, I apologize for the lack of articles last week, but we are here with a brand new coffee review! I’m sad that this week is over, mostly because we finished the bag of beans we tested and it has been one of my favourites of the…

Coffee Review: Propeller Coffee Turbo Espresso

It’s starting to look like I’ll be testing a brand new bag of beans a week from now until the end of my thesis! To any coffee roasters out there, send beans our way and we will happily review them! This week’s coffee review is the torontonian Propeller Coffee – Turbo Espresso, which we picked…

Coffee Review : ChocoSol’s This is Not a Bag of Coffee

Apologies for the lack of articles, there’s a lot going on behind the scenes that you can’t see from our social media. For example, I’ve started my comps year for my PhD; for those not familiar, I’m spending the next semester studying full time for huge exams in May. Plus, I’m working on my thesis…

Coffee Break: Trying Out New Things

I can’t believe that it’s already 2018. Pretty much a year ago today, Marie and I set out to start this blog. We didn’t know where it would go, but we just wanted to discover and share new things with you. 2018 will be the year of trying out new things; starting with some new…

Coffee Break: Tommy Café

I don’t think I’ve ever been able to enjoy this time of year, and won’t until I finish being a student. Thankfully, today is actually my last course (hopefully ever) that I’ll be sitting in as a student! Which means that after today, I’ll be able to rush my Christmas shopping and holiday prep. I…

Coffee Review: 94 Celcius Pérou Jaén

This snowy monday morning is brought to you by 94 Celcius‘ Peruvian espresso beans! In all honesty, we’ve been sipping espressos made with this bag of beans for a week, and its divine! I first heard about 94 Celcius when I was scrolling through the posts of the Souk @ Sat, an artisan show that…

Coffee Review: Phil & Sebastian Antigua Small Farms

If you’ve traveled around the coffee shop scene in Montreal, you’ll have most likely seen these coffee bags around, or even had a latte or two that was made with these beans. The Phil & Sebastian roaster bags catch your eye quite easily, with their big bold white writing and funky colour blocked patterns. They are…

Coffee Review: 1936 Espresso by Fernwood Coffee Company

I’m currently jamming out to the old songs that I used to listen to in my teens… and I’ve realized something important. They sound so much better with a cup of coffee and a vacuum in hand. Not saying that they cannot be enjoyed on their own, far from it! It just feels right to…