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Handground made its way onto the shelf at James Coffee Co., which is in a really cool location with a large open floor plan that caters to other small boutique shops as well.

On the Road Through the West with the Handground Guys

Daniel and Brandon, inventors of the lauded Handground coffee grinder, café crawl down the West Coast of the United States BY BRANDON WARMAN, WITH DANIEL VITIELLO SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE Daniel and I decided to do something a little unconventional to officially launch our Kickstarter campaign for Handground, the coffee grinder … Read more →

The long bars in many of Milan's traditional coffeehouses harken back to the city's traditional stand-up espresso bar culture.

Exploring Traditions in Milan’s Café Scene

La Marzocco’s Scott Callender Reflects on His Time Spent Living Within Milan’s Café Scene BY JON SHADEL SPECIAL TO BARISTA MAGAZINE World travelers in pursuit of rich coffee experiences could theoretically journey to any corner of the globe and soak up the local café culture. But if there’s one destination … Read more →

Coffee Safari in Uganda

We all know that the best coffees rarely stay for consumption in the countries that produce them—when they can fetch higher prices from buyers in richer parts of the world like the United States, Europe and Japan, the highest quality coffee beans are almost never kept and savored by the … Read more →

Rockin’ the Roasters Retreat

I just got back to Portland after a jam-packed four days in Stevenson, Wash., at the Roasters Guild Retreat. The days were long, with educational sessions on a variety of roaster and more general coffee topics, but the nights were longer—karaoke, bonfires, box hockey, and beer, always beer. The attendees … Read more →

Rockin' the Roasters Retreat

I just got back to Portland after a jam-packed four days in Stevenson, Wash., at the Roasters Guild Retreat. The days were long, with educational sessions on a variety of roaster and more general coffee topics, but the nights were longer—karaoke, bonfires, box hockey, and beer, always beer. The attendees … Read more →

Off to the Roasters Retreat

Today, I’m headed up to the Skamania Lodge in Washington for the Roasters Guild Retreat, which begins tonight and goes through Sunday. I went to the Roasters Retreat back in 2002, when I was the editor of some other coffee magazine, and it was a lot of fun. It’ll be … Read more →

Barista Jet Setter – Australian Version

The Age, a newspaper in Melbourne, Australia, recently had a quick chat about traveling the world with Scottie Callaghan, 2007 Australian Barista Champion. Scottie says the coolest coffee bars are in Norway, but the country that takes its coffee most seriously is Japan. And look, there’s Scottie competing at the … Read more →

Celebrity Sightings in Germany

Forget Cannes—the big celebrities are in Cologne, Germany, this week for the Specialty Coffee Association of Europe’s Wonderful World of Coffee event, which beings tomorrow and goes through Sunday. If you consider James Hoffmann a bigger star than Michael Cera, or Bjorg Brend a cooler celeb than Angelina, Cologne is … Read more →

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