A NOTE FROM RHODE ISLAND… I had an email in my inbox from a woman, Holley Badger, whom I met in Rhode Island a few weeks ago when I was attending the Mid-Atlantic/Northeast (MANE) Artisan Coffee Conference. Holley works at Blue State Coffee, right on the campus of Brown University … Read more →
Let’s Talk Coffee ’10 – Peru
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Friday was the first full day of let’s talk coffee 2010 here in tarapoto. There were trainings, cupping, demos, lectures, and one-on-one meetings between producers and their buyers. I spent most of my time with the pool of international and Peruvian baristas, as they led numerous demonstrations of various methods … Read more →
We’re in Tarapoto now as Let’s Talk Coffee gets underway this morning. Well actually it began last night with a poolside welcome reception, but the program begins today. But the fun really began for us lucky few who were able to attend the World Barista Forum in Lamas the night … Read more →
Let’s Talk Coffee officially got underway yesterday in the small town of Lamas. Lamas is just about thirty minutes outside of Tarapoto. And of course Tarapoto is the site of this year’s Ltc event. So why are we in Lamas? Well the first portion of Ltc for me is the … Read more →
Sustainable Harvest’s annual event, Let’s Talk Coffee—which brings together roasters, producers and baristas in a coffee growing country—kicks off in just a few days! But some hard-working coffee professionals are already in this year’s focus country—Peru—working, and playing, hard. Here are the details… What: Ten world-champion baristas travel to the … Read more →