The 2016 Sprudgie Awards finalists.
Coffee in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Cascara chocolate, coffee rye bread, chaff butter, cascara soda, espresso soft serve, and a filter coffee.
Featuring James Hoffmann and Maxwell Colonna Dashwood.
We visit James Hoffmann of Square Mile Coffee Roasters in our video series in partnership with Xero.
When Kaffeine opened on Great Titchfield Street in 2009, London’s coffee scene was barely a sketch of what we know it as today. There’s no doubt that Peter Dore-Smith’s shop was one of the pioneering cafes in the UK capital. In those days, there were only something like 10 or fewer quality-focused coffee bars in the tangled […]
The 2015 World Barista Championship is popping off in the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington. Exhibit Hall 4F is filled to the gills with eager baristas, beleaguered organizers, anxious well-wishers, stern security guards, and delicious complimentary cups of coffee. All the free coffee. Perhaps the best multi-roaster coffee bar in the world is operating right […]
After a quiet launch in the USA, DK Publishing dropped a new book called Coffee Obsession in the UK today. Anette Moldvaer, co-founder and green buyer at Square Mile Coffee, is the author behind this unique atlas/encyclopedia/coffee cookbook hybrid, which also appears to be a delightful primer for those new to the specialty coffee world. This […]
Any competition where just about everyone has a beer in hand should be an enjoyable one to watch. This year, 41 competitors from across the United Kingdom entered the fourth annual UK AeroPress Championships, co-hosted by Square Mile Coffee Roasters and Workshop Coffee Co. and held at Workshop’s new Holborn space in London. The event proved […]
Our UKBC coverage continues.
Deets, quotes & more from London correspondent Elyse Bouvier.
Annette from Square Mile’s lovely Ethiopia journals.