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

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Most Popular Blog Articles of 2013

As 2013 winds down, we’re reviewing the most popular articles we’ve posted this year here on Barista Magazine’s daily blog. These are the posts that attracted the most thousands of views. In case you missed them, we’re revisiting them this week… Today, we’re recalling the most popular of our World … Read more →

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Most Popular Blog Articles of 2013

As 2013 winds down, we’re reviewing the most popular articles we’ve posted this year here on Barista Magazine’s daily blog. These are the posts that attracted the most thousands of views. In case you missed them, we’re revisiting them this week… CELEBRATING WOMEN COFFEE ROASTERS By Emily McIntyre, The LAB Here … Read more →

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Most Popular Blog Articles of 2013

As 2013 winds down, we’re reviewing the most popular articles we’ve posted this year here on Barista Magazine’s daily blog. These are the posts that attracted the most thousands of views. In case you missed them, we’re revisiting them this week… Tim Wendelboe Presents the Coolest Brewer in Scandinavia—in Korea … Read more →

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Most Popular Blog Articles of 2013

As 2013 winds down, we’re reviewing the most popular articles we’ve posted this year here on Barista Magazine’s daily blog. These are the posts that attracted the most thousands of views. In case you missed them, we’re revisiting them this week… How to Live With a Barista: A Users Manual … Read more →

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Most Popular Blog Articles of 2013

As 2013 winds down, we’re reviewing the most popular articles we’ve posted this year here on Barista Magazine’s daily blog. These are the posts that attracted the most thousands of views. In case you missed them, we’re revisiting them this week… I met the amazing Luzia Taschler of Germany when … Read more →

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To Baristas We’ve Lost

For so many reasons, 2013 has been a wonderful year in coffee. But as with any year, there have been sadnesses and heartbreaks. This year was particularly painful for the loss of two bright stars in our community, Christina Furr and Emelyne Smith, both of whom passed at far-too-early ages … Read more →

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Vail Mountain Coffee Teams with Colorado Nonprofit to Benefit Cancer Fighters

This is one of those warm-your-heart stories that makes the holiday season wonderful: there’s a nonprofit in Denver called First Descents which is all about providing young adults who are surviving and fighting cancer—regardless of physical challenges, diagnosis, or prognosis—with outdoor adventure opportunities. The goal is to give them a … Read more →

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