In light of some recent comments regarding the continued usefulness of online discussion communities, I wanted to take a second to say thank you.
Thank you, Barista Exchange community, for continuing to make this a place where we can come together to ask questions, discuss (and sometimes argue) with each other, learn from each other, and grow together in our understanding. Together, we've created a…Continue
This year I'm combining my passion for coffee with my new hobby, crochet. I will make something each day that is coffee-related.
If you would like to follow along my learning journey you can check it out here.
Besides coffee cozies and bar towels, what else could I make that would be useful for baristas? Any suggestions are appreciated.
New single origin coffee in from Brazil
From Ruvaldo Delarisse's farm Chapadao de Ferro.
Acid: Low plus
Texture: mainly clean, liquid brown sugar...soft and full.
Flavor Profile: rooty and sweet orange when ground, first notice of thebrown sugar that waits to explode when wet. The acid is lightly present, justenough to add hints of…Continue
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Check out my new blog, dedicated to Swedish coffeeporn. First and most current posts dedicated to the tasty Mikkeller - Koppi collaboration. Now available in Denmark & Sweden & soon reaching American shores. http://portafilth.com/
"Most amusingly named new coffee blog I've seen in a while" …Continue
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Late today in Seattle, Coffee Fest Tradeshow released the 64 Person Latte Art Competition Bracket positions.
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its a saturday, and i'm not running one of the shops! crazy! my last 9 years have been totally tied into promoting coffee. but, it is my slow season, and admittedly i do slow down in a hefty way this time of year, unfortunately. cold and snowy out...'tis the best time to be slurping down some great mochas and spiced hot chocolates, no?! instead, i'm rambling thru all the great posts and discussions and blogs here on bx! really inspiring to read all the intense interests and enthusiam…Continue
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As the social media professional for Coffee Fest Shows, I’ve been fortunate the last 14 months to visit with many, many baristas and coffee professionals. Everytime I pop into a new coffeeshop, I…Continue
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