budapest is no wonder a spectacular city with amazing buildings. The interior of museum of applied arts is one of my favourite with it’s art nouveau style.
This year the coffee festival budapest took place in this astonishing atmosphere.
the fragrance of the freshly roasted coffees melted with the typic smell of the museums.
the modern stands with the lacy pillars complemented each other, and the traditional masterpieces
worked well with the essentials of THE modern life.
our first sip of filter coffee was provided by awaken, which is a hungarian quality-oriented coffee roasting company by ebreszto coffee house. our choices were one burundi coffee with a more tropical flavour and a colombian one with plum, black grape and cocoa flavours, which turned out to be our favourite one.
Beside the cups, and many amazing international healthy and speciality coffee brands,
they just introduced their own roasted coffee- racer beans coffee co.
we have tried their Burundi filter coffee with a nice dash of white grape flavour.
no doubt, love at first try.
We decided to go for full coffee-tasting experience so We tried out casino mokka’s freshest espresso named Buliza from Rwanda. The Hungarian third-wave micro-roastery is investing a lot of time and effort in sourcing and selecting exemplary coffees, hence it’s no question whether we liked every sip of it.
This Saturday OUR morning with local’s lore WERE FILLED WITH CAFFEINE AND PEOPLE WHO share THE SAME PASSION even if it’s professional or just personal addiction.
LOCATION I museum of applied arts
PHOTOGRAPHY I krisztina ancza