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My First Coffee: Introduction

I was recently in Paris working on a major piece about specialty coffee in the french capital. When it comes to specialty coffee – something I’m quite passionate about, as you’ll know if you’ve read my blog, followed my Instagram or simply know me – Paris holds a special place in my heart. Why? Because Paris was where I first started to actually like coffee. A friend of mine took me...

Sonny: Coffee and French Vibes in Copenhagen

It was about time I payed Sonny a visit. I’ve literally wanted to go since they first teased the opening back in February. Oh well, better late than never! And boy was I happy that I finally went! I had just returned home from Paris where I’d spent most of my waking hours in coffeeshops – including Coutume café, where David, the owner of Sonny, apparently used to pull espresso...

Guide: Specialty Coffeeshops in Paris

Specialty Coffeeshops in Paris Today there are well over a hundred specialty coffeeshops in Paris. There wasn’t when I first lived in the city back in 2012. I’ve followed the specialty coffee scene in Paris rather closely since I was first introduced to La Caféothèque by a friend when I lived in Paris a couple of years ago. It’s one of my favorite coffee scenes, along with the ones in Berlin...

Fall Wishes

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Coffee in Bed

Like most coffee-lovers I prefer to have my coffee served to me by a skilled barista in a good coffeeshop; however, there are advantages to making coffee at home, too. For one thing I can wear my pajamas while drinking it (maybe one day it’ll be cool to wear your pajamas to coffeeshops, who knows…), but I certainly also enjoy preparing it. Grinding the coffee, boiling the water, preparing the aeropress, filter...

The New Best Friend of Plant-Loving Travelers

This post is sponsored/indlægget er sponsoreret. Anyone who’s been to my apartment knows that I’m quite fond of plants. Plants make the space feel more green and alive, and they’re beautiful to look at. However, spending half of my time outside of my home, traveling more often than not, I’ve come to realize that I can’t keep just any plant I want. I can try, but I’m likely to return home to a...

Newsletter Sign-Up + 5 Secret Tips to Paris

Hey’all! If you haven’t already seen this on Facebook I’ve started a monthly newsletter, in which I’ll fill you in on my most recent – as well as upcoming – travels. In the newsletter you’ll also find travel-, coffee- and food-related tips and discoveries that I might not share on here! So lots of good reasons to join – Besides it’s only a letter a month, so I won’t spam...

Top 5 Travel Essentials

In an attempt to narrow down my list of travel essentials for this post, these are the 5 (some no-brainers, some weird) things that make my travels a whole lot easier. They do not count obvious items such as contacts (or glasses for that matter), toothbrush etc.. 1. Earplugs. I am a super light sleeper, and it takes little to no noise to wake me up from my much-needed beauty sleep, so...

Petit déjeuner on Île Saint-Louis

One of the things I always do when in Paris, even though I’m admittedly not too fond of the coffee in regular cafés, is that I go for petit déjeuner (aka. breakfast) in one of them. Café, croissant et jus d’orange pressé seems to be the perfect way to begin the day in a city like Paris. Le Saint-Régis is a beautiful café located on the tip of the island of Île Saint-Louis in the very...

Early Mornings in Paris

One of the things I love most about Paris is when I can have the city all to myself. It is a very rare privilege to get to wander the streets of – probably – the most beautiful city in the world, and have all the iconic monuments and picturesque surroundings to yourself. This time, however, I agreed to share it all with one of my oldest friends, Jonas, who’s also...

Postcard from Paris

It’s indescribably good to be back in Paris, and the city is treating me better than ever. It’s not too busy (considering the summer holiday tourists and Tour de France), and I’ve been seeing lots of friends, drinking tons of coffee, and just strolling the picturesque streets of Paris. I’ve been walking about 15 km each day so far, so definitely getting my daily workouts! Friday morning and this (Sunday)...