Today everything felt like friday. I arrived at work early and no one else was there and it was all gray and dull outside. I love to work early, I’m much more productive before 10am than later in the day.
But anyways. My boss and I had a coffee meeting at this amazing coffee place in Gothenburg. It’s called Da Matteo and they have a couple of coffee shops and a roasting-house that distribute coffee to other coffee shops.
All their coffee is bought directly from the producers and they have great insight in the process. This makes the coffee fair trade, not because they’re certified, but because they’re fair.
Apparently they’re too small to feel like they have to be certified but I think the certifications is more of a formality and mostly just useful in marketing.
You can go there for coffee, or breakfast. One of their coffee shops have a bakery as well and everything looked very delicious.
The barista was so cool. She knew everything we needed to know and I’ll definitely try to pick up some new knowledge every time I’m on a visit.
We had drop coffee, two different types made from two different kind of coffee beans. She said something about how the coffee was made from beans from only a single type of plant, not a blend of beans.
Pretty, huh? You can view all photos in a larger gallery if you click on them.
And make sure to visit when you’re in Gothenburg. And visit their webpage (in swedish) if you wanna know more about Da Matteo or where you could by their coffee elsewhere in the world.