Klaus Goes to Brazil & Summer Vacation

I’ve been following Klaus Thomsen’s Facebook updates from throughout what sounds like a very busy and very enjoyable trip to Brazil recently. He’s got some awesome photos up on the Coffee Collective’s Flickr, and I’m posting here to urge you to check them out! I went to the Coffee Collective’s … Read more →

Retailing News from SoCal

Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea opened its third Southern California store yesterday. Located in Pasadena, most famously known (to me at least) for being the home of the Rose Bowl, the shop once again shows Intelligentsia’s willingness to experiment and deviate from its previous models to create a new space. From … Read more →

More Pics from Puerto Rico and Other Stuff

Tony Siera, who judged the first round of the Puerto Rican Barista Championship, had the finals off, so he spent the day photographing the event at Coffee Cast. You can check out his photo set on flickr here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/baristapuertorico/ Also out today is a list of the “20 Most Caffeinated  Cities” in … Read more →

Dodging Dodgy Coffee

So here’s a story out of Perth, Australia, about how average consumers can avoid buying bad coffee by spotting five simple things in a coffee shop. I like their list – it includes things like how long does it take for them to pull a shot, how clean is the … Read more →

Coffee Playtime in Portland

Hanging around Portland, Ore., this weekend? Well, if you are, we’ve got some amazing sunshine and coffee happenings to boot in the works for you! Come on by the grand opening party for Case Study Coffee, a new cafe located in Barista Magazine’s hood—that would be upper NortheastWe’re so excited … Read more →

Puerto Rico Crowns a Champion

The first national barista champion to get his ticket punched for Bogota next year comes from the island of Puerto Rico which held its national championship over the weekend at the first ever Coffee Cast event. But actually, there are three baristas from the island who ended up with tickets to … Read more →

Battle for Seattle

Yesterday, Barista Magazine received a letter from Alan Silverman, founder of Coffee Fest, which discusses the fact that the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) is in negotiations regarding hosting the nonprofit SCAA’s annual conference and trade show, The Event, in 2014, 2015, 2017, and 2018 at the Washington State … Read more →

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