Bill enjoys a delicious coffee in Old Soul’s Ethiopian Aleta Wondo Co-op.
Our Berlin correspondent Steen Hanssen discovers Potsdamer Stange, and quickly names is “Probably the best brew in Berlin”.
These drinks are ultra easy and quick. Basically just combine four-five ingredients and get coconut heaven. Take a sip and you’ll instantly be transported to Portugal, Brazil or Cuba.
Steen Hanssen is first disappointed with the small glasses served at a Kneipe in Cologne, but that quickly gives away for the sensational taste of the beer.
Bill finds some pretty good coffee in a bag of Colombian from Old Soul Co. in Sacramento.
Sonia Mangla brews up a refreshing batch of pomegranate ice tea for those warm and humid summer days.
A Fair Trade certified coffee purchase directly benefits the farmer or entrepreneur, their community and supports a sustainable environment.
Bill travels north to Anchorage and finds a splendid coffeehouse despite low hope.
Laura Bednarski muddles away at a slice of cucumber, and ends up with a refreshing cocktail for today’s festivities.
Johanna Kindvall with a classic Swedish recipe for keeping evil ghosts, devils and depressions at arms length.
Don’t sidestep green mangoes next time you’re visiting your fruit pusher. They’re not only good – but good for you.
Jallab is a very popular drink in the Middle East. It’s made by diluting the syrup made of grape molasses, dates and rose water with water and serving it in a tall glass with crushed ice.
Agua frescas are non-alcoholic beverages made from fresh seasonal fruits like watermelon, cantaloupe, melon, cucumber, lime, strawberries, papaya, guava, tamarind and the list goes on.
Aqua vitae – “water of life”. What better Father’s Day gift than a moment of your time as the two of you revitalize with a glass of carefully chosen high quality brandy?
This drink was originally created by Shawn Layton of L’Abattoir in Vancouver, and contains Cuban tobacco infused bourbon, Marsala, bitters and whiskey. A perfect Father’s Day cocktail.
Rebecca Orchant suggests you don’t be an ingrate this Father’s Day, and put a cocktail in your dad’s hand.
Marnely Rodriguez brews a couple of cups of Teamotions tea and gets an extra boost of energy
This year, watermelons arrived just in time for cocktail-hour. Jerri Green tends the bar.
Bill Walsh is happy to see that a great coffeehouse has taken the place of a former, not-so-great one.
Arundhuti Rama brews a powerful but yet creamy cup of prime Indian joe.
There are certain events that are so special, they require something very special to drink.
Even if coffee isn’t exactly what made Sin City famous, Sunrise Coffee Co turns out to be a reason to leave the Strip for an hour or two.
Meagan Mastriani is deeply impressed with the bustling cafe scene in Seoul, South Korea.
Kristina Wiley lets her own private bartender – her husband – serve up a delicious classic summer cocktail with a twist.
Bill Walsh reviews the Espro Press, a french press that sets out to eliminate all sediment from the final pour.
While Bill Walsh will probably not be moving into South Philadelphia any time soon, the coffee at Shot Tower is a really good reason to visit.
Mike Crimmins is busy researching grilling recipes to be in top form for Memorial Day.
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo in style with this simple marvelous and sophisticated take on a margarita.
Bill Walsh checks out DC’s Pound Coffee, and is more than happy with what he sees and tastes.
After what some might call a serious Easter break, Rasmus Holmgård is back on the air to continue our journey through the French Rhône Valley.
Bill Walsh checks out the Pur Water Pitcher to see if it helps him brew a better cup of joe.
Bill Walsh is pleasantly surprised when he realizes that Long Island is not just about iced tea.
Many small American craft brewers are realizing that cans are still the best way to preserve their liquid gold.
Eli Shayotovich rolls out the barbecue, and introduces a chicken to a can of Oskar Blues Pale Ale.
Bill Walsh tests Coffee Labs Roaster’s Sumatra Mandhelding, and ends up with a decent cup of coffee.
Bill Walsh checks out Chestnut Hill Café in Lancaster, PA, and is impressed with both the atmosphere and the coffee.
When looking at the potential for the Grenache grape in the Golden State, Tim Elliott turns to lessons learned from the failures of Syrah.
Bill Walsh explores a bag of Bolivian Fair Trade Coffee from the West Village in NYC that scores pretty well in the coffee and tea index.
The wine dogmas of back in the day are long dead, and instead it is now the flavor of the food that decides what wine to drink with it.
Eli Shayotovic welcomes back a vital American brewery industry, and gives us a classic chili recipe to get us started with beer and food pairing.
Bill Walsh stops by Chinatown Coffee Co. in Washington DC, and is so impressed with the coffee served that he gives it a top rating.
In this second part of the Riding The Rhône series, Rasmus Holmgård takes us on a trip through Côte-Rôtie, Condrieu and Hermitage.
In this inspiring mini series, Copenhagen based wine expert Rasmus Holmgård takes us on a trip through one of the most famous wine regions in the world.
New York City has gotten its very own Hofbräu Bierhaus. Saurkraut anyone?
Can you make really good coffee with just the help of your biceps? Kalle Bergman decides to find out.