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At 12:28pm on March 23, 2010, Healthy Coffee said…
Hi Spyridon, send me an email later today when you have some free time...Thanks!
At 7:03am on March 17, 2010, Healthy Coffee said…
Hi Spyridon,

go ahead and send me an email...thanks!
At 1:03pm on September 24, 2009, Healthy Coffee said…
Have a beautiful day Spyridon!
At 7:18am on September 9, 2009, Mike Spence said…
Hi Spyridon!
At 6:20am on September 9, 2009, Mark Norgren said…
Just joined to read a bit on a Samiac Roaster. Looks like some interesting reading. Drinking Guat this morning and roasting a ton of other stuff! Have a great coffee day!
At 3:34am on September 9, 2009, Steve Lomax said…
Good to hear you are well. You are right every day can be a good day if you CHOOSE it to be. I am drinking Yirgacheffe Single Origin at the Moment. I am liking it. I enjoy Sinlge Origins very much. I like knowing the origin of my one bean. But blending is good too. I am learning the difference. Be cool my new friend. All good in OZ
At 1:34am on September 8, 2009, Steve Lomax said…
Don't think too much bud. It can hurt your brain. Just got of work 2 hours ago. was a good day. Slower day so I could concentrate on making quality coffee. Hows Athens?

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What is your position in the coffee industry?
barista, manager, barista trainer, coffee grower, coffee enthusiast, consultant, service tech/repair, supplier
Where are you located? ( City and Country )
ATHENS
How many years have you been in the industry?
since 1993 ,last 5years as a manager and supplier
If you are a barista or shop, are you interested in a barista exchange with another coffee shop/barista?
yes
About Me:
Ho.Re.Ca. experience since 1993
About My Company:
ALMAR CnB imports
Ho.Re.Ca. wholesales
What is your favorite thing about the coffee industry?
the coffee
Website:
http://www.almarcafe.gr,http://wwwaboutcoffee.blogspot.com/,http://...

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INDIA - Coffee region gets less rain, but recovery expected

Posted on July 26, 2010 at 1:20am 0 Comments

INDIA - Coffee region gets less rain, but recovery expected

The area under coffee has seen an upward trend in India, with areas from non-traditional regions in Andhra Pradesh and Orissa being added.

“The area under coffee is pegged at 380,000 hectares (ha) in the current crop season, 10 per cent higher than the production area in the last three years,” said Jayarama, director (research) of the…

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Cupping is perhaps one of the most important skill anyone can develop within the coffee industry

Posted on March 15, 2010 at 4:09pm 0 Comments

Cupping

By aboutcoffeegr



Cupping is perhaps one of the most important skill anyone can develop within the coffee industry. Developed by green coffee buyer – cupping – provides a consitent methodoloy for evaluating a coffee’s quality before determining a price on a lot. In much the same way that a wine connesour would evaluate a fine Cabernet or Chardonnay – cuppers use a strict set of tasting protocols to assess quality.



The practice, however, is relatively subjective… Continue

Coffee: Healthy Or Harmful?

Posted on February 22, 2010 at 1:42pm 0 Comments

Coffee: Healthy Or Harmful?



The findings on caffeine change so often, I sometimes suspect that they depend on whether the scientist doing the study likes the brew! The latest reports are a mixed bag, but all the findings are important.



The good news: A study from SUNY Downstate Medical Center found that seniors with normal blood pressure who drink four or more cups of coffee a day are less likely to die from heart disease. Caffeine is presumed to be protective by… Continue

What organisms are involved in the production of OTA in coffee?

Posted on February 22, 2010 at 1:37pm 0 Comments

OTA-producers in coffee



What organisms are involved in the production of OTA in coffee?



As noted above, certain fungi have ecological associations with certain crop plants, and some processing or storage conditions favour specific fungi - hence certain crops have a tendency to contain particular mycotoxins and not others. Coffee is no exception.



Neither of the OTA-producing species of Penicillium (P. verrucosum and P. nordicum) have been isolated from coffee. P.… Continue

EMILIO LAVAZZA 1932-2010 A GREAT BUSINESSMAN WITH A PROFOUND SENSE OF HUMANITY PASSES AWAY.

Posted on February 22, 2010 at 1:34pm 0 Comments

It is with profound sorrow that the Lavazza Group announces that



Cavaliere del Lavoro Emilio Lavazza passed away yesterday.

A member of the family’s third generation, he was an extraordinary captain of industry who devoted 50 years of exemplary leadership to the company.



Born in Turin in 1932, he joined the family business — founded in 1895 by his grandfather Luigi — in 1955. When his father Giuseppe died in 1971,

Emilio was appointed CEO of the… Continue

News - Technology ...Costa Rican engineers find solution to brewing coffee in space

Posted on February 1, 2010 at 1:10am 0 Comments

Costa Rican engineers find solution to brewing coffee in space



Dec 8, 2008 - Two Costa Rican engineering students have a developed a coffee brewing device that can be used in space. So what's the problem you ask? Well apparently since space in confined to a vacuum -(and thus, lacks atmospheric pressure) any heat applied to water causes it to evaporate immediately. Thus making it impossible to brew a cup of coffee under normal conditions. Now for some physics: in order for water to… Continue

What is specialty coffee? Do you know?

Posted on December 24, 2009 at 7:13pm 1 Comment

What is specialty coffee? Do you know?



Specialty Coffee

by Ric Rhinehart





In a 1998 article for the Specialty Coffee Chronicle Don Holly wrote the following as he grappled with the question of defining specialty coffee: “My understanding of the origin of the term ‘specialty coffee’ is that it was first coined by Erna Knutsen, of Knutsen Coffee Ltd., in a speech to the delegates of an international coffee conference in Montreuil, France, in 1978. In essence, the… Continue

What is cupping?

Posted on November 17, 2009 at 2:41am 0 Comments

What is cupping?

Cupping is the industry term used for the process of analyzing a coffee based on its sensory qualities – for example, its aromas and flavors. For our cuppings at Equal Exchange, roasted samples of coffee are divided into six different glasses of equal amount and grind size, steeped with hot water (198 to 205 degrees), and slurped (or aspirated) from a spoon for about 35 minutes.



Aspiration is the process of slurping a beverage across the tongue with force, in a… Continue

Tanzania produces between 30-40,000 metric tons of coffee per year (70% Arabica, 30% Robusta)

Posted on November 10, 2009 at 7:18am 0 Comments

Tanzania produces between 30-40,000 metric tons of coffee per year (70% Arabica, 30% Robusta). The three main Arabica growing regions are in the North/Kilimanjaro, Mbeya and the Matengo Highlands (Mbinga). Other Arabica areas include the Usambara Mountains, Iringa, Morogoro, Kigoma and Ngara. Robusta coffee is grown mainly in the Kagera region around Bukoba.



More than 90% of Tanzania's coffee is produced by 400,000 smallholder farmers. Larger estates are found in Arusha, Kilimanjaro… Continue

Cecovasa wins the National Quality Competition for the Second Time!

Posted on October 13, 2009 at 12:52am 0 Comments

On October 12 in the city of Tingo Maria, a jury of five international cuppers and five of Peru’s best cuppers determined, with 94.68 points, that Cecovasa’s coffee was the best coffee in Peru. The coffee was presented by Wilson Sucaticona from the Tunkimayo sector, a member of the San Jorge Cooperative that is the base of the Association. This was the result of the Third National Quality Coffee Competition organized by the National Coffee Board, the Peruvian Chamber of Coffee and Cocoa, the… Continue
 
 
 

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