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Barista Magazine is the leading trade magazine in the world for the professional coffee community.

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London Latte Art Smackdown Series Heat 4!

STORY & PHOTOS BY KATE BEARD SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE The last of the preliminary heats of the London Latte Art Smackdown took place at Kaffeine this past Tuesday. Despite having a lower audience turnout than the previous weeks, the pressure and the stakes were just as high. There was still … Read more →

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Saturday Series: The Rialta Coffee Tour, Part 7

The Ultimate Coffee Road Trip Across the United States. This week: Virginia to Florida Editor’s note: We began publishing reports from Don Niemyer about the cafes he visited on his cross-country coffee tour back in the summer of 2013, and we’ve loved following his journey, learning about amazing coffeehouses out there in … Read more →

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London Latte Art Smackdown Series Heat 3!

STORY & PHOTOS BY KATE BEARD SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE For the third week in a row, baristas got steamy after hours at Kaffeine in London. Of course, I’m talking about all the milk being steamed for the London Latte Art Smackdown. Baristas from Artisan, Look Mum No Hands, Taylor … Read more →

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Wild Goose: Doing Good By Doing Good Coffee

By Jeremy Martin SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Sipping a perfectly roasted and brewed cup of coffee while supporting a worthy, community-based cause—now that’s a great way to start the day. If you’re one of the thousands of folks in Southern California who frequent a cafe serving Wild Goose coffee then … Read more →

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Double-Decker Coffee Bus to Become a Reality

By Jeremy Martin SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Coffee people have in common an interest in discovering and experiencing new cafés, and yet still, most of us have a single favorite spot that we go back to time and time again, a place we enjoy hanging out, sipping coffee, doing homework, … Read more →

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