Mediocre Espresso at Café Rischart, Munich

This is one of the typical examples for the average coffee you get in the centre of Munich: it is overpriced and the staff can’ t tell in which direction to turn the grinder so the coffee machine’ s coarseness setting is adjusted in favor of the bean and the taste of the coffee. In fact, ignorance in terms of the grinding of the coffee can have an almost equally devastating effect on the taste of the

product as the quality and roast of the beans. Because of the fact that most of the staff of these cafés-I call them tourist cafés-don’ t know how to get the best possible result out of the coffee and machine they’ ve got to work with, I’ m grateful if they give me some whipped cream with the coffee. Luckily, they did 🙂 The Espresso cost €2.30 and gets 6 out of 10 Stars.

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2 Responses to Mediocre Espresso at Café Rischart, Munich

  1. toughtshare says:

    ignorance is bliss… especially in munich… germans still think they can afford it.

    but actually THEY CAN NOT! 😀 (mercedes manufactures in china now… so… 😉

    wish u good time there anyway

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