I'm relatively new to the culture of coffee. I've loved it for a long time - I even pretended to love it before I actually did, because it made me feel mature and better equipped to produce something brilliant - but I had no idea how much there was to KNOW about coffee. For most of my life I was thoroughly content to toss some cheap-bought grounds into a filtered-coffee machine and drink down whatever came out. I had no idea there could be so many complexities.
Every so often, we produce a little "just for fun" content here at TMPC. This month, we decided to make a poster regarding the many subtitles that can be given to a simple cup of coffee.
This week, as we were tilling the web to discover what we wanted to share on the blog this week, we found this clean + simple, informative + helpful infographic depicting how each coffee-growing country's coffee beans differ in taste.
We found this infographic on www.coffeemuseum.com/blog/2016/10/05/coffee-origins-bean-belt-explained/ and originally came from the website https://www.adamsandrussell.co.uk/wholesale/
We’re excited to release the second-ever edition of our newest creative initiative, The Ten. We hope April’s list brings some inspiration to your craft, and that you enjoy the creative process as much as (if not more than) the final product!
We’d love to see what you create, so be sure to share with us on instagram (@the_meeting_place) or on our Facebook page!
In case the graphic isn't loading on your computer, here's the ten!
1. Sunday lunch
2. Something outdated
3. Your hometown
5. Behind the scenes
7. Uncommon method of travel
8. The shape of joy
9. Things that linger
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