Milk Prices

Started by Eric Spivack in Retail Coffee Business. Last reply by Melanie Cade 14 hours ago. 1 Reply

How much do you pay for 1 gallon of whole milk? I'm looking to make the move from national brand (Kroger) milk to local, but I currently pay ~$3.35/gallon and have been quoted $5.13-$7 for local milk.Continue

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Whats up with Orphan Espresso?

Started by olivier dutil in Retail Coffee Business. Last reply by David S. Lee yesterday. 1 Reply

Looking to buy lots of costume  Branded Cups and love the feel , shape and color of the inker. But been contacting them since august and bearly got contacted by them!!!I feel that when you planing to spend more them 3000$ on cups!! you should have service?Any one know any good cups supplier? I would love some help please.ThanksOlivierContinue

Roaster ducting

Started by ryan orth in Coffee & Roasting. Last reply by Mike McGinness on Thursday. 1 Reply

Hi,I am currently roasting on a toper, but am switching to diedricht. Currently, My stack is a triple wall air insulated rated for 2100 degrees. I keep it clean & have never had an issue. Diedricht recommends using a positive pressure stack. Obviously, it would be nice to just vent the new roaster(IR-12) through the existing stack. Can't find any defintive information on the subject. Any help would  greatly appreciated!  Continue

Coffee school

Started by Artin in Equipment & Tech on Wednesday. 0 Replies

Hi friends,Any body knows barista school in la crasenta?Keep me inform by email: cafeartin@gmail.comContinue

Cortados

Started by Smokey in Espresso. Last reply by John P on Monday. 1 Reply

Are Cortados supposed to have foam? I was taught to hold the foam back when making them, but lately i see a lot of my coworkers serving them with a generous amount of foam.

SLEEVES

Started by V lawhead in Barista Exchanges & Travel Sep 15. 0 Replies

Why should coffee sleeves cause us so many issues?!We have decided to use a logo self-inking stamp on our sleeves....actually looks pretty good, EXCEPT, we need some sleeves that are smooth on the outside to receive the stamp/ink!Would love the corrugated (inside) variety.....anyone have a brand they love?Of course I saw the perfect variety in a small cafe in Alaska recently....the owner wasn't around to ask! If you know a brand that would hold the ink stamp well, let me know! Continue

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Melanie Cade replied to Eric Spivack's discussion Milk Prices
"Dakin in central Florida costs around $4.00 wholesale, and it's good milk. Maybe see who supplies Whole Foods' house brand milk in your region and try to contact them?"
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Roaster ducting

Hi,I am currently roasting on a toper, but am switching to diedricht. Currently, My stack is a triple wall air insulated rated for 2100 degrees. I keep it clean & have never had an issue. Diedricht recommends using a positive pressure stack. Obviously, it would be nice to just vent the new roaster(IR-12) through the existing stack. Can't find any defintive information on the subject. Any help would  greatly appreciated!  See More
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John P replied to Smokey's discussion Cortados
"Cortado is simply espresso that is cut (cortar) with warm/hot milk. Like that macchiatto that is espresso marked with milk, the specific density and texture of the beverage is probably up to whoever is in charge. I think most places serve it with…"
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