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Podcasts are seemingly made for baristas—how cool is it to listen as you clean up at the end of a shift? We at Barista Magazine do … Read more →
Are you a coffee educator/barista trainer based in the Pacific Northwest who is looking to learn some new techniques, brush up on your skills, and … Read more →
It is with great excitement that we’re announcing the news of the First Northwest Coffee Educators’ Summit, which is scheduled to take place April 4–5 … Read more →
We all make fun of kopi luwak, or “poop coffee,” which is the coffee that is eaten by the Asian palm civet, then excreted, washed, … Read more →
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 … Read more →
Publisher Kenneth R. Olson is headed to Colombia this weekend to conduct some research for an super interesting story we’re working on—Ken’s been to Colombia … Read more →
We are excited about a story featured in the upcoming February+March issue of Barista Magazine called “Got Not Milk,” written by Emily McIntyre. The article … Read more →
We’ve been overwhelmed with the response and number of views to the blog post we did last week about the awesome new coffee taster’s flavor … Read more →
Editor’s note: We’re reposting this blog article about Temple Coffee in Sacramento because we just got some new photos from the company’s downtown location. We originally … Read more →
The Alliance for Coffee Excellence (ACE) is offering a spectacular opportunity for anyone who has ever wanted to cup like a pro: The ACE Training … Read more →