Vienna Coffee Festival
Hi dear reader!
I wrote it down in my calendar and the day before yesterday husband and i attended it. It was freezing outside and hot coffee was just about right.
I feel that i wrote a lot in my last post about Berlin, but it was fun researching about this great city, anyways, i kinda feel guilty for asking you to read that much, so, i´ll keep it simple this time, i promise ;)
I´m not a coffee person, in fact, i don´t know anything about it. In this world, where coffee has become a cultural practice, i might sound ignorant. I feel the same about wine, but you know what? I don´t care! ;) (and that makes me even more ignorant :D)
Anyways, back to my clueless coffee knowledge and customs, i only drink decafs with soy milk. I buy them because i really love their photogenic aspect, their smell and flavour when eating something sweet. And there is even more, i usually drink my coffee cold most of the times, because i have this "bad" habit of taking pictures before drinking it. Yes, that´s me. My name is Irina and i´m an Instagram addict (although i don´t like the word "addict" ;)
So, i know what you´re thinking, i just promised i´ll be concise, back to our festival...
The event was located at the Ottakringer Brewery and presented a new artisan coffee scene featuring demonstrations of world class baristas, interactive workshops and coffee tasting, among other activities. There was also a little brunch. It was a nice event.
We arrived at 10 in the morning (they were just opening), enjoyed the artistic wall decorations and had really great coffee. No decaf, no soy milk.. The light was pretty bad for taking pictures, but i love challenges and so i found this big industrial window and had a tiny-mini photo shooting with @me_and_mango.
For a visual story and some behind the scenes images, check the video and pictures below ;)
***pictures: 4 first ones: Lumix LX100, the rest: iPhone 6