About Coffee

Today's world without coffee can no longer be imagined, and statistics claim that approximately 2 billion cups of coffee are drunk worldwide every day, making it one of the most popular drinks ever. What other interesting things does coffee hide? Here are 5 facts about coffee that caught our attention!

There's nothing like a cup of coffee made from freshly ground beans. We've prepared a simple guide on which grinding coarseness to choose depending on your preparation.

Welcome to the world of La Bohème, where coffee is not just a drink that gives you a reason to get up in the morning but also a passion that guides us on our travels worldwide. Today, we'd like to show you the journey that single-origin coffee has to take before it reaches your table and what lies behind its high price. So brew your favourite coffee and join our coffee journey.
Africa is considered the cradle of coffee, with Ethiopia and Rwanda standing out among its countries. These countries have a rich history, culture, friendly inhabitants, breathtaking nature and, above all, the unmistakable taste of coffee. It is also a place that enchanted us and where the La Bohème team likes to return on their travels in search of new coffees.
Celebrate Earth Day with a cup of organic coffee in La Boheme Cafe and support the sustainable agriculture of the coffee industry and the protection of the environment. Thanks to ecological cultivation, the taste of BIO coffee is fuller, with a more pronounced taste profile. Get inspired by how to use coffee grounds for cosmetics, fertilizer and other products.

From pickers and growers to baristas and roasters. Women are involved in all stages of the coffee supply chain. Their role is indispensable, yet they still face challenges and inequalities that hinder their potential, well-being and development. What are the biggest challenges facing women in the coffee industry? And how do we at La Bohème Café try to support these coffee heroines?

At La Bohème Café, we have strict criteria for selecting partners. And the La Bolsa farm is the best example of this. Our paths crossed in 2014, when Charles first met the current owner, Renardo Ovalle Vides. Family tradition, exceptional quality, respect for nature and a strong community were exactly the aspects why we started the collaboration. What makes this farm unique? And what did our QC Jake have to go through to get a look there?
Cold Brew is a coffee preparation method in which the coffee is slowly steeped in cold water for several hours. The resulting drink is characterized by low acidity and high sweetness.
The Vacuum Pot looks a bit industrial and can create a completely magical experience from preparing coffee at home. Don't you believe? Try it out!

If you don't allow yourself to have a proper espresso, a moka pot can be the ideal option for you to prepare coffee at home, which is the closest in taste to espresso.

You will need:

  • Moka teapot
  • Water at a temperature of 95°C
  • Finely ground coffee.
  • A bowl of cold water
  • Pour hot water up to the level of the safety valve into the bottom container of the moka pot
  • Insert the coffee filter and fill it up to the brim with ground coffee.
  • Then screw the top part of the kettle on and place it on a hot plate or other source of heat with the lid open.
  • Once the coffee begins to flow slowly into the upper container, count to 30 and immerse the moka pot in cold water to stop the extraction.
  • Enjoy coffee with a strong taste!
Kalita comes from Japan, it is quite similar to V60 , but unlike V60, the resulting drink is fuller, although a little less pure in taste.
Did you know that the French press is one of the oldest ways to prepare coffee? And also one of the easiest ever