Even though I came into the world slightly after David Lynch’s iconic TV series Twin Peaks first premiered, I have cultivated a profound admiration for the way it transformed the industry. The show significantly expanded the boundaries of conventional television with its surreal narrative, ingeniously twisted plotlines, and deliciously quirky characters. As a woman with an appreciation for the eccentric, naturally, I found myself smitten by Special Agent Dale Cooper. I took particular pride in our shared passion (no, I’m not referring to the inclination to channel the diseased in solving crimes).
Coffee. Like Cooper, I take mine “black as midnight on a moonless night.” And, just like him, I never miss an opportunity to savor a cup of freshly brewed coffee. That’s why I was ecstatic to model for café Modera – a coffee that boasts a rich brew, robust flavor that lingers pleasantly on the tongue, and just the right amount of sweetness for a balanced, smooth finish. No diluted Americano here. No fish-in-the-percolator references. A premium brand crafted specifically for non-nonces people.
As you enter Varna, the sea capital of Bulgaria, glance to your right along the highway – you might see me on a billboard inviting you to stop at “Primorski Park.” There, you could leisurely enjoy a cup of Modera espresso with freshly grated cinnamon and nutmeg while the summer breeze whispers stories of love and youth.
If you find yourself in Sofia, head to “Shipka” and let this distinguished blend envelop your palate, offering a respite from the bustling city life. Cooper would have appreciated it. And I can almost hear him say in sheer contentment: “You know, this is – excuse me – a damn fine cup of coffee.”
You said it, Coop.
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