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 26, 2006

Endless selection of coffee

You may need air to live but for Bosnians coffee is more important.
Do you always buy the same brand of coffee or trying out different coffees from around the world?
A friend of mine visited Burundi recently and she brought me a pack of really tasty coffee, so my answer to the question above would be: yes, I do like to try out different kinds of coffee, all the time.

Come for more coffee next Sunday...


Blogger Lisi said...

this is really a large collections...one thing I notice is that, though coffee occupies as big a shelf space as in N American supermarkets, but the packagings are smaller so in fact, you really do have more varieties!

26 November, 2006 07:22  
Blogger Felicia said...

I love your photo and love the smell and taste of coffee too. Our automatic coffee machine broke yesterday and we used our "French" press for a few days - much better tasting but more intense preparation. How do you prepare your coffee? How about cost? - here one pound can be from $8 - $15 dollars.

26 November, 2006 07:35  
Blogger Jing said...

wow...so many choice.
but its hard to see so many coffee in Shanghai, we could see many tea bags on the shelves instead of the coffees.

so colourful photo.


26 November, 2006 10:10  
Anonymous kris said...

it'll take years to sample diff. brands. me, i stick to one brand - nescafé at home! at cafés, I dont really care. And you?

26 November, 2006 14:55  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

So much coffee! Time for a coffee break now.. :-)

Your postcard is on the way! :-)

26 November, 2006 14:55  
Blogger Kate said...

Love the colour and the patterns of the shelves. So many choices! I guess I like to stick with French Roast, but I'd try different brands! Happy Sunday to you!

26 November, 2006 15:05  
Blogger Faye Pekas said...

Thats a lot of different coffees. Bright, pretty packaging too.

26 November, 2006 21:14  
Blogger tr3nta said...

wow... never suspected that that u had so much kinds of coffe there...

try 'ILLY CAFFÉ' for me is the best, italian of course...

26 November, 2006 21:49  
Blogger photowannabe said...

When we visited both Haiti and Nicaragua I bought their native grown coffee. Both were smooth and tasty but at home give me a cafe' latte and I'm a happy person.

26 November, 2006 23:59  
Blogger Nathalie said...

What a colourful display! I like to taste new coffees, of the good kind, but I'd rather try different kinds of tea.

27 November, 2006 02:09  
Blogger Bill said...

Packaging from around the world is interesting. The Starbucks I tend to buy is in a bland white package :)

27 November, 2006 04:45  
Anonymous Jackie said...

I'm a typical Brit and prefer my tea :) When I lived in Romania my friends there couldn't believe I don't drink coffee (it gives me a headache so I avoid it!). They didn't think I'd be able to survive there without it!

27 November, 2006 11:36  
Blogger Lachezar said...

Me too!


29 November, 2006 10:34  

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