10 thoughts on “That’s Vintage Coffee Making, Baby!

    • Tze says:

      Those were pretty novel when I left NL…only available in fancy kitchen supply shops, equivalent of the WMF ones here. Life before moka was pretty low in caffeine.

    • Tze says:

      Ohh yes those coffee machines! I love the sound of bubbling and hissing hot water…sounds like being at home, with people visiting (to me). :3 The plastic ones are ideal for making just one cup.

  1. Tobin says:

    I always just refer to it as coffee no matter the brewing method. It is all delicious and at times life-saving in my eyes! :)

    • Tze says:

      Yeah, it’s all coffee in the end. Except for the dessert-like creations from Starbucks, but I’ll refer to them as ‘coffee’ too so I don’t sound like a fat bastard. :)

  2. Patrick says:

    (I am too lazy to write this in English)

    Zo’n filterhouders heb ik volgens mij bij de Blokker gezien. Ik heb er ook een in huis, maar ik weet niet wanneer ik die gekocht heb. Geen 26 jaar geleden in elk geval. Hebben ze in Duitsland iets wat op de Blokker lijkt? Anders kun je ze via Amazon krijgen. Hier is een link:

    • Tze says:

      Blokker! Da’s een goeie. :D Nee, hebben we hier helaas niet (ook geen HEMA helaas, grr)… maar iemand heeft me al verteld waar ik ze hier kan halen dus dat komt wel goed. Toch bedankt voor de link! :)

  3. Zomink says:

    For some reason, the whitener reminded me of this: one thing that used to intrigue me is the “three-in-one” tea I used to find in Chinatown in Canada. It was a bunch of tea bags full of tea, whitener, AND sugar. Three in one! SO awesome. I should have tried it. I should look for it here.

    • Tze says:

      Oh, my mum brought me a coffee version from Taiwan once. They look like those pyramid teabags from Lipton, with all kinds of powder mixed together, right? I was proper scared… tasted okay though. Not so sure about TEA and whitener… eek

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