Macchiato Wit, or Widdout?

February 18, 2017

Macchiato Wit, or Widdout?

Brewtoria recently had a chance to conduct a Twitter interview (Twitter-view) of Philly’s own Cara Mia @CaraMiaSG. She delivered some thought provoking tweet responses on her love of coffee. Enjoy!

Cara Mia enjoying her morning coffee!
Cara Mia enjoying her morning coffee

Brewtoria: What is your favorite type of coffee? Espresso, latte, black no cream?

Cara Mia: I love espresso and macchiatos.

Brew: Are you strictly a morning coffee gal, or are you known to go for an afternoon or evening coffee?

CM: I’ll drink coffee anytime of day!

Brew: Mug or paper cup, and what are some of your favorite coffee shops in your area?

CM: Definitely a mug, and I love Starbucks!

Brew: What do you love more, a Starbucks Macchiato, or a Philly Cheese Steak?

CM: Jeez! That’s a tough one, I both. Can I choose to have a Philly Cheese Steak WITH a Starbucks Macchiato?

Brew: Do you have any parting thoughts to share on what coffee means to you?

CM: Coffee is my lifeline, = happiness

Cara Mia can be found on Twitter at @CaraMiaSG where she tweets about her passions, coffee, wine, bacon, and fitness. She is a proud Philly veteran wife and fully backs the United States Marine Corps. She co-hosts a wine chat on Tuesdays at 9pm #WiningHourChat.

As always Brewtoria is looking for more people to share their love of coffee. If your story needs to be heard, feel free to contact us at brewtoria@gmail.com or on twitter @brewtoria. Enjoy your coffee! 




Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Also in Brewtoria - Blog

Water, A Key Factor in Brewing Better Coffee
Water, A Key Factor in Brewing Better Coffee

October 02, 2019

 If your coffee has a funk to it, it may not entirely be your beans, grind, method or temperature. It's possible making an adjustment to your water could be a key factor in brewing better coffee.

Continue Reading

What are Those Bubbles In My Pourover?
What are Those Bubbles In My Pourover?

May 07, 2019

Blooming is the initial “pre-wetting” of the bed of ground coffee in your brewing device. We want to bloom so co2 can release, and then move out of the way. When co2 escapes, you’re left with the desirable solubles that will bring out the flavors and carmelizations of the beans. The goal of the bloom is to get water working with the ground beans, not working with carbon dioxide.

Continue Reading

Craft Coffee, Gifts and Subscriptions
Craft Coffee, Gifts and Subscriptions

November 20, 2018

It's that time of year again, a portion of your free time is now devoted to holiday gifts for family, and friends.  You research, browse, and maintain lists of gifts that will get the "big wow" when they are opened. Perhaps you know someone who loves coffee and you've got a gut feeling that they would love to get a bag of fresh roasted whole coffee beans at their door each month through a regular coffee subscription.  If I've peaked your interest, read on.

Continue Reading