Scandinavian Coffee Beers

I’m totally obsessing on coffee beers lately. We have plenty to choose from in the United States, but do you ever wonder what specialty roasters are doing abroad? When it comes to beer, they’re doing lots! Here are three coffee beers we’re salivating over right now: WET DREAM by Evil … Read more →


Coffee Set to Get Cheaper in 2014

2014 is going to be a big year for coffee, and we’re not sure it’ll be a positive thing. A continuing oversupply of coffee around the world means that prices are continuing to drop; The Wall Street Journal reported recently that coffee prices fell 20% in 2013, which is down … Read more →


What does coffee signify?

I read a fascinating article in the New Yorker on the way to the Big Central barista competitions recently. It was in the Oct. 14, 2013 issue (aka the Money Issue), and it was about a new road that has recently opened in east India. The whole story is, unfortunately, … Read more →


Northwest Latte Art League Makes a Sweet Saturday Night

Editor’s note: Barista Magazine is thrilled to be the media sponsor of the newly formed Northwest Latte Art League. The League’s first event took place during Coffee Fest Seattle in October, and the second one was Saturday at Broadcast Coffee in Seattle. Organizer Cole McBride sent some great photos from … Read more →

Cupping Tony's Coffee at La Marzocco.

Roaster’s Showcase with Tony’s Coffee

Editor’s note: Our friend David Yake of Tony’s Coffee originally wrote this post for the Bellingham, Wash., website. But he gave me permission to report it here, with some photos. Thanks, David! On November 1, we were lucky enough to take over La Marzocco’s coffee lab in Old Ballard for our Roaster’s … Read more →

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