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Café Flipping: PT’s Coffee is ready for it’s own TV Show

By Jeremy Martin It may seem like something you’d see on a daytime HGTV show, but in this case it’s a whole hell of a lot cooler—that’s because this story of property renovation is all about one of the nation’s best coffee companies: PT’s Coffee Roasting Co. in Topeka, Kansas. When … Read more →

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Central Oregon: Go for the Sunshine, Stay for the Coffee

Story and photos by Bethany Hargrove It’s no secret that Portland, Ore., is a big coffee town. And yeah, there’s a lot of great coffee happening there. But what many folks don’t realize is that the state of Oregon has plenty of great coffee spots outside the city of Portland. … Read more →

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The New Multiroaster Concept, From Flatlands Coffee

By Jeremy Martin Many of us who have a passion for specialty and small batch coffees have made it one of our life’s goals to spread our enthusiasm to as many people as possible. We write blog articles, share bags of our favorite roasts with friends and family, and in … Read more →

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Paramo Coffee Roasters Is Now Open in San Francisco

We’ve been really excited about a new roaster in the San Francisco Bay Area, Paramo Coffee Roasters, for a few reasons: we love their philosophy (“be nice to people”—pretty simple), we love their location (the Embarcadero Center, which has been a coffee desert until now), and of course the inclusion … Read more →

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One Cafe Can Change the World

This is part 2 of a 2-part story. You can read part 1 HERE. By Jeremy Martin CJ Speelman came to the Arbor Lodge hoping to carve out a career path in coffee, and though he enjoyed the atmosphere and community feel of the coffee shop, his long-term goal was … Read more →

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A Portland Cafe Builds Its Local Community

This is a two part look at Portland, Oregon’s the Arbor Lodge and its sister nonprofit Vocoform. By Jeremy Martin Scott Davison likes to say that good coffee makes good conversation, and great coffee makes great conversation. For Davison and the Arbor Lodge neighborhood of Portland, Ore., the coffee being … Read more →

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Bogota Café Scene Growing Fast

I was in Colombia earlier this month working on a story for the April + May issue of Barista Magazine, and I had a few free hours in Bogota before my flight back to the States. Michael Losada of the Colombian National Federation of Coffee Growers (FNC)  offered to show … Read more →

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The First Great Specialty Cafe in Milan

When I was in Milan, Italy, last October for La Marzocco’s Out of the Box event, a new cafe had just opened up pretty close by called Taglio. I heard the name bandied about a whole lot the first day of the event—seems everyone was excited about it because it … Read more →

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DC Independents Unite!

The recently announced debut of the DC Disloyalty Card—which is a business card-sized note that earns card-holders discounts at some of Washington, D.C.’s best coffeehouses—has made big news, landing coverage in The Washington Post and The Guardian UK. And it should get good press—this is a really cool thing. The … Read more →

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