Coffee photos of the week...
After spending a week in the spotlight on the homepage, each coffee photo of the week moves over here and relaxes.
Some are taken by me, some by friends and family, and some were submitted by friends of Coffee Detective.
Combined they capture a glimpse of our ongoing fascination with all things coffee.
Coffee and Things - Photo #1
Espresso and pear. A composition.
A really nice display of coffee bags and more at the Café 8 OZ. coffee shop on Rue St-Hubert, Montreal.
While plenty of coffee lovers look down their noses at the coffee percolator, there others who feel there is no better way to make great coffee.
Where it all begins... burst the coffee cherry and find two coffee beans inside.
Take your pick... Espresso in yellow, blue, purple and more.
A beautiful presentation at a small local restaurant we like.
Doesn't get better than this... good coffee on a beautiful wooden boat, with the sea all around.
Bright sunshine, bright colors...and hot coffee. The perfect wake-up combo.
I love iced coffee and love being by the water. Perfect.
Espresso Con Panna - a double shot of espresso with whipped cream.
Inside with your coffee, watching the street come to life first thing in the morning.
First choose your coffee, and then choose your coffee cup.
When I asked for a coffee at a business meeting, I was presented with this. Very classy.
Three of us about to enjoy our lattes at the 2% Jazz cafe in Victoria, BC.
Morning coffee for three near Marrakesh, Morocco.
Page 2 of our weekly coffee photos...
More coffee photos...
Amazing outdoor coffee photos.
A collection of coffee photos, taken outdoors in different parts of the world. With some amazing locations. See the photos...
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I guess most of us take our morning coffee for granted. But the process of growing coffee, processing it, shipping it, roasting it and brewing it is long and arduous.
I tell the story in a sequence of 10 photos...
Coffee art photos for lovers of the bean.
There is coffee art in the form of latte art, and then there is coffee art in the way we place it and see it in our homes and elsewhere. See the photos...
About the author: Nick Usborne, aka Coffee Detective, is a writer and long-time coffee enthusiast. Read more…
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