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Coffee Can Be Naturally Sweet Without Sugar?! The Evolution of Flavor and Taste

Coffee Can Be Naturally Sweet Without Sugar?! The Evolution of Flavor and Taste

If you ask anyone on the street about how coffee tastes, you will likely hear that “bitterness” is the most commonly perceived flavor. But what if I told you that coffee can be naturally sweet, without any added sugar? What makes coffee taste bitter and how can you experience coffee that’s naturally sweet?

Explore the Flavors of Your Coffee — Alto vs Vida

Explore the Flavors of Your Coffee — Alto vs Vida

Have you ever tried drinking the same coffee from two different cups? We caught up with our friend Tim, a world traveller and coffee blogger from CoffeeGeek.tv and got him to try out this fun experiment for the first time using the AVENSI glasses.


Watch How Master Glass Craftsmen Create AVENSI

Watch How Master Glass Craftsmen Create AVENSI

Production for AVENSI is well underway and we’ve made two visits to our manufacturer this past month to oversee production of the glasses and ensure that everything is going smoothly.


AVENSI Gift Box Design — Inspired By Innovation

AVENSI Gift Box Design — Inspired By Innovation

This original colorful vibrant design was inspired by our vision to change the way people enjoy and appreciate their coffee with AVENSI. We’ve all come to love the alluring aroma of coffee: dark chocolate, caramel, and roasted nuts–but coffee is also so much more than that.

Learning From Wine, Spirits & Whiskey — Why the Shape of a Glass Shapes the Flavor of Your Coffee

Learning From Wine, Spirits & Whiskey — Why the Shape of a Glass Shapes the Flavor of Your Coffee

If you’ve ever had a glass of wine or fine spirits, like aged whiskey or cognac you’ve likely encountered the culture of specialized glassware. You probably know that there’s a specific glass for red wine and a different glass for white wine – but not many people know that beyond cultural aspects, the original intent of the glass shape was designed to enhance the flavours unique to specific red and white wines.