Quillabamba View

My Peruvian Coffee Experience 

Morning view in Quillabamba, in the mountains of Cusco A little cooperative café in Quillabamba Local Grown, Local Roasted, Local Consumed A seven-hour bus drive away from Cusco, beyond the famous Machu Picchu, lays the city Quillabamba. After hours in the bus up the small roads further into the cloudy mountain forest, you keep wondering, […]

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Dunkle Schokolade 82%

Was ist Craft Chocolate?

Dunkle Schokolade muss nicht bitter schmecken. Die einzige “Excellence” hier ist das Marketing. Alle Süße und Fruchtigkeit wurde aus den Bohnen heraus gebrannt, darum bleibt nur Bitterkeit und “Röstaromen” und das wird uns seit Jahren als “Kakao-Geschmack” verkauft. Bullshit. Was ist drin in Schokolade? Es ist eigentlich ganz simpel: Gute Kakaobohnen +  Zucker (+ Milchpulver für […]

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A spoon full of dulce de leech

Now Is Not The Time For Dieting

To the people who know me best for my low carb eating approach, my commitment for intermittent fasting and my inspiring post on Instagram about morning routines: I’m currently spooning 200-gram can of dulce de leche. At times, on a daily basis. Sorry, not sorry.  #quarantinelife In this article, I will address why our bodies […]

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melted chocolate drops

Sorry, “the best chocolate” doesn’t exist

melted chocolate drops by NordWood Themes on Unsplash People asking me “which is the best chocolate on the market?” Working in marketing I’ve been selling this for a while, “the best chocolate.” Sorry to break it down for you but:                  It’s a lie. You swallowed the truth pretty […]

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Keto-Chocolate or a lesson on food marketing

Photo by Szabo Viktor on Unsplash I performed a deadly sin on the internet: bashing an other account and getting into an argument in the comments. It got me nothing and nowhere. It solved nothing. But it taught me a valuable lesson on food marketing. What happened that upset my harmony-loving soul? A shitty chocolate […]

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