“Coffee is a language in itself.” Jackie Chan
In India, it came around the same time when Muslim pilgrim Baba Budan smuggled coffee from Yemen.
During these four centuries, Coffee has not been able to break the ground in world’s largest tea-producing country. It is still considered as a royal beverage and very few are aware of brewing a perfect cup of coffee. We at Mystic Foodie Mantra love our coffee and the struggle of finding a perfect cuppa gave birth to the idea of holding a session of coffee appreciation. The idea bore fruit last week when we successfully concluded our first coffee appreciation workshop – Bean Talks. Coffee expert Teena Khanna took participant through the History of Coffee and shared her knowledge about Types of Coffee Beans, Understanding Espresso and Espresso Tasting. After the interactive session, participants tasted 4 varieties of espresso and filled the tasting cards. The objective was to share first hand knowledge on how to identify perfect coffee on through smell, taste, color and flavor. The event culminated with participants enjoying delectable food which was specially curated by Chef Ashish of Terminus 1.