Ana Blackstad has experienced coffee culture in so many different places that I ran out of ink during our chat yesterday. Okay, I might be exaggerating a bit but seriously, Ana moved to Prague, Czech Republic only 3 years ago but she has made the caffeinated most out of her time there by exploring both local Prague cafes (many of which are listed down below) and those in neighboring countries like Italy, Greece, the UK, Norway, Finland and Turkey. Her love of this beany goodness comes through loud and clear. Ohhhhh, just wait until you reach the part where she describes the best latte she ever had. She speaks of “peak coffee experiences” and the “theatricality” of cafes so eloquently that I think we should all adopt this vocabulary to share the coffee goodness going forward. Who’s with me on this idea?
-Her co-hosted Twitter feed with Alison @LasSaboritas
Fun fact, Alison has been a guest on the Geopats Podcast twice already. Maybe she will come back again in 2020 for a food related episode?
(15:40) Expat Life Germany Podcast: https://expatlifegermany.de/
(16:50) The Bittersweet Life Podcast: http://www.thebittersweetlife.net/
-Mama Coffee (Prague):
-Muj Sale Kavy Coffee Shop (Prague):
-Wǒ men Podcast , coffee in China episode: https://www.womenpodcast.net/podcast/2019/9/29/counting-the-cost-of-coffee-culture-in-chinas-yunnan-province
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