Climate Change and Coffee (UPDATE)

Excellent story from the Seattle Times yesterday about climate change and how it is affecting farmers in Costa Rica. You can read it here. “We want to prove to the coffee-consuming world that we’re doing what we can and ask them to do something against global warming because otherwise we … Read more →

NWRBC on Evening Magazine

Pretty good portrait of this year’s Northwest Regional Barista Competition, by Evening Magazine… http://www.fastemailsender.com

Coffee Long Boards are HOT

There’s a lot going on that’s cool concerning coffee in Coeur  d’Alene, Idaho, especially considering the size of the city. I’ve gotten to know some great baristas from Dave Patterson’s cafe, Java, and of course we all know the esteemed Jon Lewis hung his hat in Coeur d’Alene for a … Read more →

Top Ten?

We just saw this list of the Top Ten Barista Blogs from the Culinary Arts College, and were pleasantly surprised to see that Pasteboard made the cut. We like to see more attention paid to coffee and baristas from the culinary side of things, so this definitely a step in … Read more →

TED, Meet Coffee. Coffee, this is TED.

I was talking to Stephen Morrissey of Intelligentsia at Coffee Fest Chicago this last week and he was brimming with excitement over the latest project he (and many others) are working on. It’s called Coffee Common and it’s a unique endeavor, a collaborative effort between competitive roasters to promote coffee appreciation … Read more →

WBC 2011 – Colombia Preview

The first installment of our new feature in the magazine “Countdown to Colombia” debuted in the Feb/March issue of Barista Magazine. Countdown will run through the June/July issue and this year’s World Barista Championship in Bogota. As part of the Federacion Nacional de Cafeteros de Colombia’s (FNC) efforts to promote … Read more →

Injerto Cerveza

Stumptown Coffee and Brooklyn’s Sixpoint Craft Ales are taking the beloved Finca El Injerto to a whole new level… http://www.fastemailsender.com

PT’s—Doing the Right Thing Comes Naturally

PT’s Coffee in Kansas is one of Barista Magazine’s oldest coffee friends—literally and figuratively: we’ve been pals since before Ken and I even started the mag, when I worked for another coffee magazine, and PT’s turns 18 today—congratulations, Jeff and Fred and all of your wonderful staffers! But I’m writing … Read more →

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