Spiller Park Coffee in Atlanta, Georgia.
Rocket Bean Roastery in Riga, Latvia.
What’s in a cup? Does a vessel by any other name slurp as sweet? And if a ceramic breaks in the forest, what becomes of a mug deferred? There is endless variation and opportunity for expression presented by the vessels we drink our tasty coffee from. Mugs offer an awesome opportunity for coffee companies to […]
Black Friday is a day of great commerce, yes, but also of one-of-a-kind deals, newly launched projects, and highly special offers. One such highly special offer comes to us today from La Marzocco Home and Saint Anthony Industries, who’ve collaborated to create a limited edition GS3 home espresso machine and accessories set. The finished product […]
La learning Curva.
Nano Kaffee in Berlin, Germany.
SubAlpine Coffee in Keene Valley, New York.
Isso é Café in São Paulo.
Paramount Coffee Project in Los Angeles.
Sqirl, Los Angeles.
O Coffeeshop, Paris.
A new cafe experience is coming to Seattle.
Are you a home espresso enthusiast that wants to up your coffee experience? You’ll need a solid grinder. We’ve been there, tried to go without. “We don’t need a grinder,” we said. But let’s face facts, friends: in this day and age, if you want to make cappuccino at home you’re going to have to bite […]
This weekend, the senior editors of Sprudge tasked Charlie Burt of Kansas City to check out as many SCAA 2015 espresso machines as possible and document these sweet-as machines. From product launches to stunning customs to reimagined classics, this is a whiz-bang hot-rod look at the dopest, illest, and frankly sickest espresso machines of the […]
We are living in a Neo-Italian espresso preparation era. Espresso is being brewed meticulously by fastidious baristas around the world on top of the line equipment. Old world Italian methods like pre-ground espresso, full dosing chambers, 1:3 ratios, and 14 gram baskets are en vogue. What’s old is new again. Perfecting these practices with scales, better grinders, […]