We’re still coming out of our Thanksgiving feast food coma today, Friday, which is why we’re late in saying happy Thanksgiving! I am especially thankful for Kyle because he used his mad cooking skillz to create an insanely good Thanksgiving duck, which was just one of the (perhaps too many) … Read more →
Monthly Archives: November 2008
Ok, this is pretty cool though not very coffee related. In a move sure to further our planet’s slide toward a more Tron-like future, the new website Typealyzer reads your blog and determines your personality type after just a few seconds. As many of our readers have their own blogs, … Read more →
From the NY Times blog, Freakonomics, comes another round of the (Internet) age-old discussion, is offering free wi-fi a good thing for cafés? It’s a lively discussion, and it’s spurred on by the strategy of a café in Holland which offers free wi-fi, but frequently changes the name of its … Read more →
Specialty coffee in Indianapolis? Yeah, you heard me. Because of people like the awesome BJ Davis, owner of B-Java Coffee & Tea, specialty coffee lovin’ is on the rise in Indy. It’s so popular, in fact, that the Indianapolis Star newspaper has an annual coffee issue, and even had the … Read more →
Got a query about your brewing equipment, technique or anything else coffee or tea related? Then try hopping over to Bunn’s new blog, deardrbrew.com and pose your conundrum to the expert himself. Act quickly and you can be the very first coffee professional to get your question answered.
The road to Atlanta rolls on, and this weekend competitors in Guatemala gathered for their national championship. You can watch video of the action right here.
In another sign that the professional barista community continues to grow all around the globe, the tiny, tropical island nation of Vanuatu is holding its second annual International Barista Competition next week. The nation of 235,000 people lies deep in the South Pacific some thousand miles north and east of … Read more →
God Bless America!
Today is the day, America! Make sure you get out there and cast your vote! If you think your vote doesn’t matter, just remember the 523 votes in Florida in 2000, that was the difference between Al Gore and George W. Bush. So make a difference, make your voice heard … Read more →
Our friend, Jason Dominy, who is the director of training and knowledge for Dilworth Coffee in Charlotte, N.C., is getting super pumped for his company’s event this weekend, November 7–9! The learnin’ part will be an SCAA Skill Building Workshop led by Ellie Matuszak, and the partyin’ part will be … Read more →