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San Francisco Coffee

Started this discussion. Last reply by Seth Gold Nov 5, 2012. 7 Replies

Hey everyone, my friend and I are making the trek down from Portland to the Bay area next week for a coffee crawl. We are hitting all the major spots (Ritual, Sightglass, Four Barrel, Blue Bottle),…Continue

Epiphany Espresso

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rebeka Hosford Jan 11, 2012. 6 Replies

Anyone remember their epiphany shot? The first shot that opens up your world to the possibilities of espresso that you had never before considered? The one that stops you in your tracks, blows apart…Continue

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The Significance of Terroir vs Varietal vs Processing

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason Haeger Sep 20, 2011. 5 Replies

I spent the first few months of this year farming in Kona. I was recently considering everything I did not get out of the trip; all my unanswered questions. I could list about one million of them,…Continue

Tags: process, varietal, origin

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What is your position in the coffee industry?
barista, coffee roaster, coffee enthusiast
Where are you located? ( City and Country )
Portland, Oregon, The United States of America
How many years have you been in the industry?
2
If you are a barista or shop, are you interested in a barista exchange with another coffee shop/barista?
yes
About Me:
Having spent a few months working at a coffee farm in Kona, I am thrilled to be in Portland pursuing work as a barista, roaster, and overall coffee geek.
What is your favorite thing about the coffee industry?
The many kindred spirits
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At 12:51am on November 15, 2011, Dustin DeMers said…

Well if you truly have a solid concept of roasting or someone to guide you, and youve read everything you possibly could find about the quest, then you should definitely get one. Easily worth the price.

At 7:57pm on November 14, 2011, Dustin DeMers said…

Also be aware that you can burn your house down with the quest if you have no idea, what your doing. The hottop has safety features which prevent that. You also can ruining your heating element is a quest, where the hottop wont let you do that.

 

Just thought it would be responsible of me to give you the flip side as well. Have you ever roasted coffee? You should have an idea of what you are doing before purchasing the quest. Im not a roasting god by any means, but a do have a basic understanding of roasting, and how to control the quest. 

At 10:45am on November 14, 2011, Dustin DeMers said…
Oh man, I cant recommend it enough! I've learned more on the quest in 3 weeks than my hottop in 7 months. It's a dream to control! It so easy to control a roast on a quest. The hottop is like a giant ship, and the quest is a speed boat(with breaks). There are couple things you should know going in that will save you some time. One is the new quests are slight tilted backwards, so in order to get a correct bean temp reading, you need to tilt it forward, ice been putting a towel under the back. Second is read the home barista thread about ambient temp probe placement. I have mine between the drums, on the top right.
At 2:57pm on July 14, 2011, Val Casey said…

Hah, that sounds like an awesome idea. :-) I'm still in Indiana at the moment, then back to Arkansas to see some fam, and then hopefully I'll be back in PDX by September. Can't wait to be back.

Hope you find something before you have to, you know, pay rent or something. hah

At 6:47am on July 14, 2011, Val Casey said…
Any luck finding work in pdx?
At 12:31pm on May 17, 2011, Nolan Parker said…
Hey Stephen, how's it going?
 
 
 

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