And just a peek at the beauty gracing our living room…
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So here we are, at the end of the week and me wondering what I did with it…
This week has been under the sign of sickness -for Paprika- and an obvious lack of energy for me. Happy anyway to have been spared from virus so prone to spread.
So I keep it simple if not basic this week. Fruits and a dash of coconut cream blended into a smoothie.
I’ve prepared this for several days in a row, hopefully to give us a boost with a good intake of vitamins.
I want to keep this good and new habit. And with Summer approaching, fruit choice will be greater and combinations will be endless…
I’ve also had a long conversation with my sisters on Skype yesterday.
Always a good time.
We chatted and laughed a lot too.
And I felt all energized afterwards despite the late hour.
Unexpectedly, laughter had simply worked as an excellent vitality boost…
So I wish you all a fun week-end !
Wellington is proud of her numerous cafes and known for good coffee.
It was a chilly early morning when I arrived at the headquarter of Mojo, inside the lofty shed, that houses the voluminous coffee roaster, stock, administrative offices and shop, all under one roof.
Lambros, had just switched on the machine and was waiting for it to warm up before roasting the first batch of coffee beans.
Meanwhile, we had a little chat where he explained to me the process of roasting, where their produce come from, how his son -creator of Mojo- travels around the world to source the best beans directly with growers and how they taste and elaborate together coffee blends sold under the brand.
Lambros, originally from Greece, calls New Zealand and particularly Wellington, home for 50 years. He tells me his background has always been interrelated with coffee as he worked in the catering sector from a young age. So when his son created the business, he mastered the process of coffee roasting and he’s daily in charge of it since then.
Green beans waiting to be roasted
First batch. Pure visual and olfactive joy: Shiny little beans drop out onto the large circular cooler and release an addictive aroma.
Sorting and Packing
Display on the shelves next to the shop counter
Thank you Lambros, it was a pleasure to meet you and follow the process of coffee roasting.