Being "The Thirdwave" People
|Third-Wave-Coffee Roastery Thailand (Bangkok)|
The establishment started from a simple fact that the owner drinks coffee and he doesn't like to drink non freash coffee. Specialty coffee should be Roast Freash, Grind freash and Prepare freash.
Being A Thirdwave By Birth & Thinking
Third Wave Coffee Roastery started from the concept of being a third waver himself. Being Third Wave is not about making absolute money but from self searching, working for the common truth, understand slogan like shit happen, stay happy, nothing is for real, work hard to understand everything and nothing is certain so get yourself ready and go for it. Is like the phase you offen hear other people saying "You only live once and once is enough if you know how to live". To the Third Waver that's mean "Soul & Passion Searching Sophistication".
|PRO THIRDWAVE COFFEE|
“Third Wave Coffee treats coffee beans as an artisanal ingredient and seeks to convey the flavor in the brewed coffee. The Third Wave of Coffee refers to a current movement to produce high-quality coffee, and consider coffee as an artisanal foodstuff, like wine, rather than a commodity, like wheat. This involves improvements at all stages of production, from improving coffee bean growing, harvesting, and processing, to stronger relationships between coffee growers and coffee traders and roasters, to higher quality and fresh roasting, at times called microroasting (by analogy with microbrew beer), to skilled brewing.
Third Wave Coffee aspires to the highest form of culinary appreciation of coffee, so that one may appreciate subtleties of flavor, bean varietal, and growing region – similar to other complex culinary products such as wine, tea, and chocolate. Distinctive features of Third Wave Coffee include direct trade coffee, high-quality beans (see specialty coffee for scale), single-origin coffee (as opposed to blends), lighter roasts of the beans, and latte art. It also sometimes includes naked portafilters, and revivals of alternative methods of coffee preparation, such as vacuum coffee (sometimes called "siphon") and individual drip brew."
|CON THIRDWAVE COFFEE|
"Third Wave Coffee Bars are notable by how they look and what they do. They are a direct facsimile of current fashion of SCAA Championships. It's as if the participants are trying to reproduce in the real world the artificial world that exists during these championships. As a result, these new bars imitate one another in the type of equipment used and more importantly, what and how coffee is offered to customers.
I really would like to admire these coffee bars for their commitment to a vision, a vision predicated on coffee quality. But the concept of quality now seems to be more a sense of style rather than a discerning sense of taste. Coffees, and Roasters for that matter, are chosen based on their merits of who's hot right now.
At first I mistook the Third Wave Movement with its penchant for trade roasts and manual brewing techniques as a response to the like of Starbucks and the wannabe chains. Now I understand that it is an attempt to recreate the experience of the Barista Championships that take place at various convention centers around the world. A fabricated event designed to impress judges and their peers that manufacture in-the-know celebrities of coffee culture. Customers were never the consideration."
"ROAD TO HAVING A THIRDWAVE MIND"
Sophistication Level No. 1
" You have become self aware"
Introspection is examination of one's own conscious thoughts and feelings. In psychology the process of introspection relies exclusively on observation of one's mental state, while in a spiritual context it may refer to the examination of one's soul. Introspection is closely related to human self-reflection and is contrasted with external observation.
Introspection generally provides a privileged access to our own mental states, not mediated by other sources of knowledge, so that individual experience of the mind is unique. Introspection can determine any number of mental states including:sensory, bodily, cognitive, emotional and so forth.
Introspection has been a subject of philosophical discussion for thousands of years. The philosopher Plato asked, "…why should we not calmly and patiently review our own thoughts, and thoroughly examine and see what these appearances in us really are?" While introspection is applicable to many facets of philosophical thought it is perhaps best known for its role in epistemology. In this context introspection is often compared with perception, reason, memory, and testimony as a source of knowledge.
(CONGRATULATION YOU HAVE FOUND YOURSELF & DON'T FORGET WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN THROUGH)