By Annelle S. Tayao
It was a bizarre and amusing sight: the barista was pouring the brewed coffee I had ordered into a wine glass. In the same way a sommelier would describe a bottle of merlot, he explained to me the flavors of the Ethiopia roast I was about to enjoy—citrusy with hints of jasmine, and light-bodied, almost like tea.
By Tatin Yang
When the Nescafe Dolce Gusto Piccolo machine arrived in our office on loan, my first impression was that it looked like a space-age penguin, so much so that I kept patting it on the “head.”
Kitchen RescueBy Reggie Aspiras
At a time when everything seems to be awesome, few things capture our imagination and make us pause to say—wait a minute, now that is what I consider really awesome! Like having a live-in barista at your beck and call, without having to live with the person’s moods and quirks. That live-in barista is a […]