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

What We’ve Been Up To, Moscow Edition

The stories are too over-the-top, too amazing to believe unless I show you in photos. You have to believe me. We meander from the nightclub style Soyuz Coffee Roasting stand in the center of Red Square, to the VIP tent for snacks and vodka. We watch gymnasts ride 4 horses … Read more →

Gorilla v. New York Times: Over and out

(Reuters) – A Brooklyn judge has tossed out a defamation lawsuit against New York Times Co brought by Gorilla Coffee, a coffee shop that has become a fixture in the borough’s Park Slope neighborhood. The suit stemmed from an April 2010 Times blog post covering a labor dispute between management … Read more →

Donate to Africa’s Drought Relief Through Barista Nation

Much of the coffee that we enjoy and love comes from the horn of Africa. A massive drought has hit Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia, forcing millions in the horn of Africa into extreme famine. As a member of a global coffee community Barista Nation will organize raising funds through CARE … Read more →

Video from Brazil Trip with Cafe Imports

I wasn’t the only “media” along for the ride on the amazing Cafe Imports trip to Brazil earlier this month. Jake Szymanski also joined us, to shoot footage of the trip for a series of videos to appear on Cafe Imports’ website. And the first of those videos is now … Read more →

Brazil: That’s a Wrap

I write this from the comfort of my own desk back in Portland, Ore., in Barista Magazine’s office. I’m still so tired from our amazing, 10-day trip through Brazil—graciously gifted to all the Regional, U.S. and World Barista Champions by Cafe Imports—that I’m misspelling ‘Barista’ about every other time I … Read more →

Intelligentsia is Proud Proud Proud!

By Stephen Vick Last Sunday, June 26, about 16 Intelligentsia employees (and a few friends) marched in the 42nd Annual Chicago Pride Parade, serving roughly 15 gallons of cold-brewed coffee to a lucky handful of the 750,000 people who were in attendance.  Weather forecasts had been warning of very mild … Read more →

Your 2011 World Barista Champion!!!!

The first WBC held in a producing country was history making in more ways than one. For the first time the WBC has produced a champion from a coffee producing country! It may have been El Salvador’s first trip to the finals, but Alejandro Mendez didn’t show an ounce of … Read more →

2011 WBC Finalist Número Seis

The final competitor of the 2011 WBC just wrapped up his performance. Pete Licata, US barista champion, delivered another stellar routine, in which he features and explains in depth the process he went through to find, process, blend and roast all of the coffees in his routine. Pete is based … Read more →

2011 WBC Finalist Número Cinco

The fifth finalist of the day, the UK’s John Gordon just wrapped up his performance. While yesterday he went over time by just a second today he finished with time to spare. The theme of his performance was exploring varietals, and to that end, he used two varietials from the … Read more →

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