looking for anybody who is a barista in Missoula Montana...any takers?
Added by Rachel Jean on January 31, 2008 at 5:40pm —
Whether you know me or not. The facts cut through the valley fog like this. I work for Barefoot Coffee Roasters. We are located in Santa Clara, California, right next to San Jose for those who don't know. This is all good and well. The Silicon Valley loves us. People will drive from all over the Bay Area to get a cup of Barefoot's fine elixir.
I drive an extra long time for the same sweet coffee love. You see, i live in Modesto, California. "How far is that from Santa Clara?" you… Continue
Added by Tony Serrano on January 31, 2008 at 11:25am —
It has been about 5 years since I was last in Vancouver B.C. and my wife and I made the time to take a short road trip up there.
Two nights before we spent a wonderful evening with Chris Owens and M'llissa Muckerman here in Portland and had a dinner to remember at Le Pigeon with the addition of Sarah Allen and Phuong Tran. We ate everything from Cows Tongue, Foie Gras, Sea Urchin, Beef Cheeks, Lamb Shank, Local Truffles, and so much more… Continue
Added by Matt Milletto on January 31, 2008 at 9:59am —
Just flew in from Kona, and jeez are my arms tired!!
Tasted coffee with the Kona Pacific Farmer's Cooperative...and ANDREW HETZEL came to play as well! Can you believe he was actually in Hawaii? He's never in Hawaii!
Mostly we tasted coffees other
than Kona. The producers tasted Colombia, Ethiopia (natural), Guatemala, Sulawesi, and Brazil Cerrado. These guys were blown away! Think about it- if you thought your coffee was THE best in the world and then found out all these… Continue
Added by trish rothgeb on January 31, 2008 at 9:51am —
When I got my first job in a coffee shop I thought, “I like coffee, that machine looks fun – how hard can it be?”. I was more worried about burning the food in the café or how I was going to amuse the scary looking emo Continue
teenagers in the corner than what sort of coffee was going to go into that
strange noisy hopper on the worktop. I'd used the coffee machine when I worked
in the pub; it involved sticking a cup underneath and…
Added by Bel Townsend on January 31, 2008 at 9:38am —
I'll post on this topic more later...
A quick link to a great compliment.Art Petty on Managment
Added by Mike Shipley on January 30, 2008 at 5:04pm —
Exciting to see the membership grow so quickly on Barista Exchange! I will keep you all informed on new additions and features as they come to fruition. Like I have said before, feedback is greatly appreciated during these beginning stages of the site so feel free to message me.
To give you all a sneak peak at what will be releases in the next couple weeks, here are some of the features/upgrades in… Continue
Added by Matt Milletto on January 30, 2008 at 4:28pm —
So I don't leave for Guatemala to start my internship till Monday, but I've already got homework! I've started reading "The Coffee Cuppers' Handbook" and selections of "Espresso, the Science of Quality." I'm really glad I started going to Counter Culture Coffee's cuppings (alliteration?) . It's started me down the path of recognizing flavors and aromas so I won't be starting from scratch which will help me move faster and get further. I hope.
In addition I'm toting down some 20 plus pounds… Continue
Added by James Spano on January 30, 2008 at 2:55pm —
I would hope everybody would enjoy my full review of John Hornall's Chestnut Hill Coffee Co. It is on my blog on a dedicated page - please enjoy! http://wilsonhines.wordpress.com/chestnut-hill-coffee-company-review/
Added by Wilson Hines on January 30, 2008 at 1:42pm —
Yay! I can't believe there are already 1000 members on Barista
Exchange. Thank you to all who have supported the site by joining,
blogging, uploading great photos, and so much more. I am excited to see
the site grow, and truthfully didn't expect it to grow so fast.
Congratulations to Beata
Added by Matt Milletto on January 30, 2008 at 9:18am —
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Hi Breez, Continue
I am sorry to have no responds to you because I did not understand your words. I really did not know what it mean.
A short history of my English study: I learnt Russian in my high school, because there were no enough teachers for English at that time. In my college, I learnt to read mathematics and physics text books in English, without any experience of speaking and listening English. In Italy, I learnt to…
Added by Peter Tam on January 30, 2008 at 12:01am —
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Kaffa Café, Continue
Standards of Coffee Drinks
(1) First, let me explain why I came back to coffeegeek.com.
We are still in the coffee industry and won‘t leave it in any case, for evident reason. If we have something to say, here is always the best place for it. We have no other choice. So, here I am.
(2) From the very new podcast (#60), I hear the calling…
Added by Peter Tam on January 29, 2008 at 11:54pm —
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Well that was quite a lot of - historyrepeatingitselfagaininyetanotherpe terinbeijingthreadaboutespressostandards - in one take.
Posted January 28, 2008 link
I had a careful reading of your post, based on my poor English, and summarized that you mainly talked about…
Added by Peter Tam on January 29, 2008 at 11:26pm —
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I know that in this forums, there are many different people. But, someonen said that they are already making their espresso not starting from that "golden rules", but here there are many people who are never leave from "golden rules" any more. Does it mean any difference between US and Australian and does it mean that Australia is really more than developed than US?
I do not mean anything else but the facts which I remember is just like this. Does it mean that… Continue
Added by Peter Tam on January 29, 2008 at 10:59pm —
The main Stumpjack blogsite is located at http://stumpjack.com/.
Added by David Smith on January 29, 2008 at 8:30pm —
A Short History
The human have been drinking coffee for more than 500 years, but espresso has got only about 60 years. In most time of this 60 years, it is only made and served in Italy and some other countries in south Europe.
For the most part of the world and most coffee professionals of the world, the history about espresso may be started only around 1990. It means that we are all starting to learn and to know… Continue
Added by Peter Tam on January 29, 2008 at 9:10am —
Wow, what an amazing storm we had Sunday night! We, here in Kennewick, got 9 inches of snow and that's on top of an inch of ice. There is one disadvantage of being a mobile espresso business and that's when the roads are bad, you're not making any money.
So here I sit two days later, unable to get my truck out. I have so much ice around my truck, from the freezing rain and melting snow, that I don't think I'm going to get out anytime soon.
Last week I had to battle single digit… Continue
Added by Jo Bowlin-Johnson on January 29, 2008 at 7:20am —
I have a headache. I moan to Carl about this, but he is not impressed."I don't believe such a thing exists." he says. This is because I have a caffeine headache, or rather, a lack of caffeine headache. I didn't sleep particularly well last night, and this morning I had to get up unhealthily early for me, rush round trying to pack everything up for the weekend, and then leg it to the station to catch a (late) train at 8.14. I did not get time to make coffee. Further more, as a conscientious,… Continue
Added by Bel Townsend on January 29, 2008 at 5:44am —
I am on the lookout for a winning Chai Latte combination. I am working with a very nice spice tea (the 500 Mile Chai blend from Gong Fu teas), milk and have been tampering with what to sweeten it with. Honey just doesn't seem to bring out the spices in the tea as much as a small blast of cinnamon syrup does. Any suggestions from anyone out there?
Added by Melisa on January 28, 2008 at 2:51pm —
on Wedensday I'm going to Oslo, looking forward to it, I will be so hi afterwards, will try an get some green beans at Mocca or at Tims place, roasting is the new skill I will achieve.
It will be pleasant to get an espresso from Tim and Robert and Mie and Gunnhild and many more.
I will try to get as many new impulses as possible on that trip. will be there till sunday.
and this summer I will be going to the Florida keys to visit a friend of mine who is a doctor there. so does… Continue
Added by anders aasen on January 28, 2008 at 10:17am —