An easy and pretty way for coffee connoisseurs to keep track of their favourite blends.
Coffee Cellar Review
by on October 13, 2011
Like coffee? No no, we mean really like coffee? As in, do you dive into the first espresso bar you see for a quick pick-me-up in the morning, or are you altogether more picky, carefully choosing which fairly traded beans you grind and timing exactly how long you let the cafetière brew? Because if you are, like this reviewer, then Coffee Cellar will help you keep track of what’s good and what isn’t.
Add your favourite drinks – be they actual beans from the growers, packs from the shops or cups from the high-street coffee bars – to the shelf, complete with a handy icon showing what kind of form it came in, notes about where it’s from, where you got it and a rating.
It’s slick and sports a colour scheme that fits the coffee theme, and the search lets you find things quickly as you build up your knowledge base.
Taking the time to make notes about each coffee you try will probably seem like too much hassle for some coffee drinkers, but for the aficionados, this does a great job.
Download this app: Coffee Cellar for iPhone
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