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Get Your Coffee Science On!

The Specialty Coffee Association of America just released a volume of super nerdy and extra awesome coffee science stuff. We love it! The book includes an extensive glossary of coffee and coffee science terms, as well as some cool charts and beautiful illustrations. From the press release: The Coffee Biology … Read more →

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Top Coffee Scholars Showcased in Award-Winning Book

We’re super excited about the release of the seminal book, Coffee: A Comprehensive Guide to the Bean, the Beverage, and the Industry, which is seriously one of the very best coffee books to be released in a very long time. Barista Magazine’s Editor Sarah Allen is one of the contributors in … Read more →

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New from David Schomer

We love David Schomer. His is such a remarkable brain in the specialty coffee industry, but even with all those smarts, he is kind and humble, and generous with his praise for baristas just starting out. I used to judge with him at the Coffee Fest latte art championships, and … Read more →

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Coffee Book Supports Literacy in Producing Countries

Living in a rural Nicaraguan village, there’s a lot of time to read. At least, that’s how Michele Aquino felt when he lived in a tiny town outside of Jinotega in 2009–2010 working for the Peace Corps. But whenever the villagers would see Michele reading books, they’d get quite curious—it … Read more →

We love the Left Coast!

Last night I had the opportunity to attend the launch party for Hanna Neuschwander’s new book Left Coast Roast by Timber Press here in Portland. The event was held at a bar named Spirit of 77, and if you spent any time in Portland for this year’s SCAA Event, you … Read more →

Vote for the English version of Tim Wendelboe's new book

Tim Wendelboe is one of the biggest World Barista Champion (WBC) success stories in the history of the competition: after winning the WBC in 2004 in Trieste, Italy, Tim went on to start his own cafe and roastery in Oslo, Norway. It’s been a tremendous success, winning the Nordic Roaster … Read more →

Vote for the English version of Tim Wendelboe’s new book

Tim Wendelboe is one of the biggest World Barista Champion (WBC) success stories in the history of the competition: after winning the WBC in 2004 in Trieste, Italy, Tim went on to start his own cafe and roastery in Oslo, Norway. It’s been a tremendous success, winning the Nordic Roaster … Read more →

Aussie English

I don’t know if you can get it in time for Christmas, but there’s a new book out about the coffee community in the Land Down Under, and based on the synopsis, I think readers of Barista Magazine would get a kick out of it. It’s called Café Republic of … Read more →