A few photos and a cursory introduction to the issues facing Burundi coffee this season
Harvest in Nariño comes at a time that is somewhat in between the middle and main harvests of our other primary sources of Colombian coffee, namely Urrao and Caicedo in the north, and La Plata and Inzá down south.
Tom and Dan (and our new socks) star in our latest sitcom spoof.
What does reduced sugarcane juice have to do with coffee?
Testing out the new 360° camera in the cupping lab.
I recently caught glimpse of this and found it very thought-provoking.
...fighting the crime of buying bad coffee
A warehouse full of Bay Area (and beyond) coffee roasters shared an open discussion about blending on November 14th here in Oakland.
Serious discussion about adding a new dimension to the coffee evaluation technique, hand cupping.
Cupping and talking about the taste lexicon of coffee with Tom and Chris Schooley
Describing the basic flavors of coffee.
This past October we hosted a cupping at the Sweet Maria's compound in West Oakland that was attended by roasters from all over the Bay Area
tasting differences in two roasts, and then tasting the differences in the same coffees via different methods
Here's a little story I like to tell about the second ever Roasters Guild Retreat in 2002.
We returned to Sana'a to do some coffee cupper training, and to have a nighttime stroll around the old city.
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