Inspired by the Spanish barista competitions for adults with Down syndrome, Toronto’s Made By Mavericks program is creating a whole new community of coffee professionals BY JEREMY MARTIN SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Of course, we all have a favorite cafe, and we likely have a few favorite baristas, as well. … Read more →
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Dear Canadian Subscribers, Due to an error at our printer’s with their labeling system, a number of copies of the August + September 2012 issue of Barista Magazine destined for our great subscribers in Canada have been rerouted by the postal system and are ending up back at Barista Magazine … Read more →
Hi folks! Hope everyone’s enjoyed a quiet few weeks since the big SCAA conference in Portland—not to mention the United States Barista Championship, where this girl took the crown: I don’t know about you, but it took me a while to recover from the excitement, the show, the barista competition, … Read more →
If you haven’t yet registered for the incredibly cool, highly educational and super community building event that is Barista Nation British Columbia, do it now! Held on September 13 in Richmond, B.C. (just outside of gorgeous Vancouver, B.C.), Barista Nation is a completely free, one-day event for baristas, cafe owners … Read more →
By now you should have heard about the awesome coffee event that is being organized by some coffee-loving Canadians, including, and headed by, those loveable Barbers, Reg and his daughter, Julia. The event is called For the Love of Coffee, and will take place August 27 and 28 at the … Read more →
So there’s this kid named Tatum Barber—sound familiar? That’s because she’s the grand-daughter of tamper magician Reg Barber, and daughter of Julia, who is Reg’s right-hand woman at the company. It seems Tatum has caught the coffee bug that runs in her family, and is hosting a latte art throwdown … Read more →