Monday, April 28, 2014

The Coffee I Serve at Forloren Espresso

I serve coffee from Drop Coffee Roasters (Sweden) and The Coffee Collective (Denmark).

Both micro roasters have received a lot of well deserved positive press in the past year(s).

I serve a variety of Drop's brilliant coffees prepared in Kalita Wave, and will soon also have one on the Espresso menu.

From Coffee Collective, I have chosen Daterra Sweet Collection for espresso due to the amazing way TCC have chosen to roast it; sweet and nutty with low acidity and yet modern and refreshing.
Finally I have chosen their Kieni from Nyeri, Kenya, also brewed in Kalita Wave - one of the most delicious fruity coffees I know.
If you come by on hot day, I can recommend Kieni brewed on ice!

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Open!

Saturday was a beautiful day, and around noon, I was finally convinced it was ready for customers.
Here's a video of the shop a few minutes before I removed the "opening soon" sign from the door:


Forloren Espresso Copenhagen from Niels Nielsen on Vimeo.

Going forward, you can see the opening hours from the link at the bottom of the homepage.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Even more from the shop...

Morimura, Blake Andrews etc.

Coffee Collective, Drop Coffee, Hario Slim, Clever Dripper etc.

Lee Friedlander, Carl Weese, Blake Andrews



Monday, April 14, 2014

More photos from the shop


A few more snaps from the shop. 






There will be a corner of the shop reserved for photographic art books and a few original prints for enjoyment on-site.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Almost there....


Excuse the mess :) A few days ago Alex Skovgaard (Coffee Solution) connected the NS machine to the BWT RO system, and I can now finally calibrate the machine settings & grinders, and fine tune the workspace layout.
Prior to that, Peter Danker (Jesper SjĂžberg VVS) and the BWT guys used the better part of a day to direct the water to the right outlets, which is not as simple as it may sound: Not all water needs to be mineralised, but water right out of the RO is slightly acidic, thus some of the tubing must be made from costly corrosion resistant materials. I also required a redundant system, allowing traditional filtering in case the RO system becomes inoperative.



I have put up a few things on the shelves to see how they look.