Standart is a renowned Slovakian magazine entirely dedicated to coffee. It is a very profound reading made by professionals and technicians on everything related to this renowned drink. Born in 2015 out of the passion of its founder, Michal Molcan, Standart is today a real independent company that creates this magazine with contributions that come from all over the world and refers to the principles of a healthy and profound journalism. It investigates the world of coffee and has become a cult for updating those who live and work in the world of high quality coffee.
Number of pages: 144
ISSUE 21: Napkins, glitter, and coffee
In this edition of Standart we talk a lot about animals and cat cafes. In these times of isolation, perhaps more than at other times, we have appreciated the love of our animals, in the absence of interactions with friends, family and colleagues. So let's find out the history of cat cafes and what their popularity can tell us about the way we live in the city
Furthermore, we talk about Kopi Luwak coffee and how it can be ethical; how the modern allongé is perhaps the most fruity espresso you can taste; we let Kenji Kojima of Fuglen Coffee tell us how to become a true coffee enthusiast and how to combine this passion with business; how farmers produce small batches of specialties in typhoon-threatened Japanese islands; and what Lima's contemporary coffee scene offers to connoisseurs.