City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Sunday, November 19, 2006

The coffee roasterie

Coffee being so popular, here is one of the local coffee roasteries which freshly roast, grind and pack coffee.
As you pass by you experience divine smell of freshly roasted coffee.

How do you make your coffee?

Next Sunday come for more coffee, mini theme continues...


Blogger Annie said...

I'm lucky to have a husband who makes coffee for me every morning. And when I need an extra bit of coffee delight, I use my expresso maker and milk steamer and enjoy a cappucinno.

Thank you for visiting my blog today. I enjoyed visiting today's coffee bar as well as the beer garden of yesterday.

19 November, 2006 04:29  
Blogger Olivier said...

J'adore ce genre de boutique, et souvent on peut goutter le café, et il est tellement bon.
Bon dimanche devant ton cafe.

I adore this kind of shop, and often one can drip the coffee, and it is so good. Good Sunday in front of your coffee.

19 November, 2006 07:16  
Blogger Orly said...

I like a nice Cuban cafecito.

19 November, 2006 07:19  
Blogger Kris said...

*deep breath* heaven...
I'm a nescafe addict. expresso is too strong to my liking

19 November, 2006 10:47  
Blogger Nathalie said...

Nescafe Kris, how sad! We make ours with a coffee plungee and good quality expresso coffee.

Yes, I could smell the coffee in your photo. Wonderful!

19 November, 2006 12:40  
Blogger Kate said...

Well, I use a rich dark French Roast -- drip. Then I go often to a cafe for latte in the mornings. I'm so happy that coffee shops are becoming increasingly popular all over the world, esp. in the US! One of my decadent (and expensive) pleasures. Well, not exactly decadent!

19 November, 2006 14:40  
Blogger selana18 said...

I don't drink coffe but I like the smell of coffe...
With your photo I can smell it right now!

19 November, 2006 15:34  
Blogger Jenny said...

I love it when I see that someplace as far away as Tuzla has someting similar to what we have here - not in Sharon, which has no coffee shops, but I'll take a photo of the one in Millerton, next door, and post that!

19 November, 2006 16:24  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

i only like the smell of coffee, i dun drink coffee.

19 November, 2006 16:25  
Blogger Lisi said...

I can imagine the aroma of this place...I use French press :-)

19 November, 2006 16:48  
Blogger Zsolt72 said...

I never drink coffee..not because I a have such a healthy lifestyle..but because i dont like its taste. But I love its smell:)

19 November, 2006 19:50  
Blogger Lachezar said...

How great! I can just imagine the aroma!


20 November, 2006 10:20  

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