Joe Coffee’s Limited Edition Top Shelf Line.
Fashion at the 2016 New York Coffee Festival
Trademark Grind, a new coffee shop in the Executive Hotel Le Soleil located just off the Herald Square subway station, is a breath of fresh air for coffee seekers in Midtown Manhattan. This part of New York has historically been known as somewhat lacking when it comes to quality coffee, though positive developments—such as specialty shop Culture Espresso spinning off […]
An interview with City of Saints’ Director of Coffee Jim Osborn, barista-turned-marketing manager Lanny Huang, and co-founder Joe Palozzi.
The 2016 East Coast Regional AeroPress Championship.
Sweetleaf Coffee opened in Greenpoint. Greenpoint is a neighborhood in Brooklyn, New York.
Acme & Co. is on the forefront of global Kiwi coffee cool.
The razzle dazzle big stage of the World Barista Championship is home to many innovations: vacuum sealed espresso shots, sous vide geisha beans, carbonically macerated rare coffee varieties, and on. But one piece of kit that drew the curiosity of many at the 2015 WBC was the strange, green, handle-less tamper used by United Kingdom […]
Sprudge contributor Joanna Han scouted the Washington State Convention Center throughout the 2015 World Barista Championship tournament, on the lookout for fashion-forward attendees. In a sea of brew bros in blazers and classic-fit slacks, these fashionable coffee denizens stood out in fine style. Tim Wendelboe, owner of Tim Wendelboe, Oslo, Norway Dima Hamati, corporate chef at Muddle Me, Dubai, United […]
Sprudge contributor Joanna Han scouted the Washington State Convention Center throughout the 2015 World Barista Championship tournament, on the lookout for fashion-forward attendees. In a sea of brew bros in blazers and classic-fit slacks, these fashionable coffee denizens stood out in fine style. Joanna Alm, co-owner of Drop Coffee, Stockholm, Sweden Billy Wilson, owner of Barista, Portland, […]
Colorful abstract paintings provided a pretty backdrop for this year’s US AeroPress Championship, which took place at Kim Foster Gallery in Chelsea, New York. The competition was hosted by Brandon Tully of Under Line Coffee, a cafe located just a few doors down from the art gallery, which is owned by Brandon’s wife. A small, intimate […]
Not even three months after the opening of their Division Street café, the second location of Portland’s newest multi-roaster coffee company, the nearly-unGooglable Good Coffee, officially opened Monday. Centrally located on the corner of 12th Avenue and Salmon Street in inner Southeast Portland, the café’s bustling atmosphere contrasts nicely to the relaxed, neighborhood-y, sit-and-read-the-Sunday-paper feel of […]
Plenty of new coffee shops have opened in Portland in recent years, including Heart West, Barista 3 and 4, and Coava 2, but Good Coffee is the first all-new coffee company the city has seen in a long while. Founded by brothers Nick and Sam Purvis and their friend and business partner Dustin Evans, the […]
This is the first in a new occasional series of articles profiling baristas and other folk who are working in coffee as they work on other things. Coffee can be an all-consuming career, but making and sharing this beverage can also be a fulfilling complement to a life filled with other passions. Frode Boris Bakken is a […]
Revolver Coffee is a small, bustling coffee shop in Vancouver’s Gastown neighborhood–you can’t miss the bright white name spelled out in a handsome bold serif typeface against the sleek black storefront. Owned and operated by the coffee-loving Giannakos family, this multiroaster café opened in 2011, and has become known for stocking an impressive rotating selection of coffees […]
Yes, it’s in a barren, out-of-the-way area in what feels like the middle of nowhere, but Schoolhouse Electric and Supply Co. is most certainly worth the trek out to Portland’s NW Industrial District. Housed in a beautiful century-old warehouse building on Nikolai Street, the home furnishings store and showroom is also home to one of […]