The February+March 2014 Issue of Barista Magazine is Here!

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Happy February, guys! We are so super stoked to introduce the newest issue of Barista Magazine, our February+March 2014 volume!

So many interesting stories in this issue! We hope you love it!

So many interesting stories in this issue! We hope you love it!

Who’s that handsome guy in paradise on the cover, you ask? Why, that’s Victor Delpierre, who is the reigning World Coffee In Good Spirits Champion. An accomplished bartender and passionate barista, Victor hails from France. And you can read all about him and his interesting coffee journey in this issue!

Every single page of the magazine is available to view for free online by clicking HERE. Those of you who have a print subscription and want to wait for the hard copy printed on luxuriously rich and thick paper to arrive, well, you won’t be waiting for long: this issue is hitting mailboxes starting this week.

One of my personal favorite stories in this issue is "Own Your Own: Baristas Turned Cafe Owners," by Erin Meister, with some awesome photography.

One of my personal favorite stories in this issue is “Own Your Own: Baristas Turned Cafe Owners,” by Erin Meister, with some awesome photography.

Along with the feature article about Victor by Sarah Allen, this issue has loads of interesting stories, including:

Own Your Own: Baristas Turned Cafe Owners, by Erin Meister, with photography by Dan Cole, Kerry Maloney, and Jeff Wenzel

Exploring Bangkok’s Cafe Scene, by Kellie Kreiss, with photography by Robb Klassen

Barista Champs Take On Kenyan Coffee Culture on Cafe Imports Trip, article and photos by Kenneth R. Olson

Got Not Milk? All About Non-Dairy Alternatives, by Emily McIntyre, with illustration by Demitri Powers

How to Tour the World Cafe by Cafe, by Kelsey Snell, with design courtesy of Blue Crow Media

Master Q&A: Bill Fishbein, Coffee Kids founder, by Sarah Allen, photos courtesy of Bill’s personal collection

And much, much more!!

 

About the Author

Sarah

Sarah Allen is co-founder and editor of Barista Magazine, the international trade magazine for coffee professionals. A passionate advocate for baristas, quality, and the coffee community, Sarah has traveled widely to research stories, interact with readers, and present on a variety of topics affecting specialty coffee. She also loves animals, swimming, ice cream, and living in Portland, Oregon.