Coffee is Life

I recently had the opportunity to purchase an expensive coffee bean from Bacha Coffee in Singapore. This particular bean is sourced from Mount Everest and is considered a rare delicacy among coffee lovers.

At first, I was hesitant to make the purchase. After all, 100 grams of this coffee bean can buy 4 kilograms of other coffee in the Philippines. But as a true coffee enthusiast, I couldn’t resist the opportunity to taste something so unique and special.

As I savored my first sip of the Mount Everest coffee bean, I couldn’t help but appreciate its rich and complex flavor. It was unlike any coffee I had ever tasted before, with notes of dark chocolate, berries, and a hint of smokiness. The aroma was equally impressive, with a distinct and powerful bouquet that filled my senses.

For some, the cost of this coffee bean may seem impractical and unnecessary. But for those who truly understand and appreciate the art of coffee, it’s a beautiful and priceless experience. In a way, it’s much like our lives. We may be considered expensive or impractical by some, but for those who know our value, we are truly priceless.

Published by tEXtAMS

Nurse by profession. Teacher by heart.