About Margaret

I am a freelance musician in the Dallas/Fort Worth area (flute/piccolo), and while I am not a trained coffee professional, I treat my coffee with the same passion and attention to detail that I bring to my work. Music isn’t simply a diversion from everyday life. The music that composers write tells you so much about their history, their passions, and their internal struggles. Coffee can be much the same – one sip of an Ethiopia Yirgacheffe and you will never mistake the flavor for a Sumatra, just like you would never mistake Mozart for Shostakovich.

If coffee is simply a caffeine delivery system for you and you don’t care what it tastes like, this blog isn’t for you. If, on the other hand, you want to learn more about coffee and how to get the most enjoyment out of your beans, well guess what? So do I! Let’s travel the world, one cup at a time!

All opinions expressed in this blog are my own or those of my guest writers.

5 Replies to “About Margaret”

  1. Rosalyn Story says: Reply

    Hello, again!
    Here is the link to the site where the Minipresso is sold. It was developed by Hugo Cailleton, a French product designer working out of Hong Kong and I think it can only be ordered on the website, so far. I’m really enjoying mine and like it actually even better than my Aeropress, as it produces a surprisingly good crema and good extraction for a manual appliance. The Aeropress maybe delivers a bolder coffee flavor, but then it requires a whole lot more coffee!
    Scroll down to the bottom and check out the little videos!
    Hope to see you at the symphony again soon! Rosalyn

    1. Awesome, thanks!! πŸ™‚

  2. Hi. I was sent to this website via thecoffeeconcierge.net’s article for your cold brew coffee ice cream recipe. I looked at your website name only after I discovered how much I liked the recipe – BWV 211 is my favorite cantata.
    Thanks for how you grace the interwebs. From, a fellow musician-coffee addict.

    1. Thanks, Marisa! And thanks for visiting. πŸ™‚

  3. I love your content, your enthusiasm and descriptive imagery when describing a brew breathes life into the art of coffee <3 – Jason and Kai

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