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Archive for the Cafes Category

Manual Brew Battle Event at RBC NYC

Posted on January 5, 2011 by

RBC is hosting a brew battle on January 20th – any coffee, any method. Judging will be done by Katie Carguilo of Counter Culture Coffee, Christopher Van Schyndel of Barismo, and Mike Jones from Third Rail Coffee. Since RBC is home to an Über Boiler, and Barismo has had a heavy hand in the development of […]

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Brewin Instrukshuns for Lolz

Posted on January 3, 2011 by

How to brew a French Press at Crema in Vancouver. [Via bfortch on Twitter]

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Todd Carmichael Offers Up Some Decent Advice in Esquire

Posted on January 3, 2011 by

Taking a decidedly different tone than in his last few pieces, Todd has a bit of advice for those concerned about the certification of their coffee. He even recommends a few other roasters (below his own). [Via Green Coffee Beans – Environmentally Friendly Coffee Roasters – Esquire]

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Verve Coffee Roasters is #45 in The Dieline’s Top 100 Package Designs of 2010

Posted on December 28, 2010 by

Nice job guys! [Via The Dieline’s Top 100 Package Designs of 2010 – TheDieline.com – Package Design Blog]

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Joe Coffee is Coming to Columbia University

Posted on December 27, 2010 by

Looks like Joe finally got accepted into the Ivy Leagues! Nice job guys! When can we come check out your new dorm? Word on the street is that there’ll be food involved as well. Good luck! [via Craigslist] UPDATE: This has been officially confirmed by Columbia University.

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Learning While You Wait

Posted on December 23, 2010 by

At Gimme! Coffee in Ithaca, NY you’re encouraged to educate yourself by reading the dictionary while you wait.

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IBM Used to Build Coffee Grinders

Posted on December 17, 2010 by

Did you know that? I didn’t know that. A quick search turns up this image from IBM’s website showing their storefront at 310 Fifth Ave in 1927. The caption lists the products shown, though it’s hard to pick them out in this photo. “a number of the company’s offerings, including a card recorder, meat grinder, […]

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Bottled Cold Brew Coming from Stumptown

Posted on December 16, 2010 by

Stumptown is testing these bottles of cold-brewed coffee, which actually makes a lot of sense. If they can figure out how to preserve flavor while maintaining shelf life, they can manufacture it in large batches in one or two locations and simply deploy it to all of their retail stores (and wholesale accounts/markets). This would […]

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Both Double and Triple Ristrettos Simultaneously?

Posted on December 16, 2010 by

I wish I knew how this cafe offered both double and triple ristrettos simultaneously. Separate grinders and portafilters for each? [Photo via Flickr]

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Melbourne’s Market Lane on TheDieline.com

Posted on December 7, 2010 by

Check out Market Lane on one of my favorite design and packaging sites, TheDieLine.com. Most of my friends know Market Lane through international coffee playboy Jason Scheltus, who returned to Australia some time last year to get them up and running. Looks like delicious coffee isn’t all they’re selling. [More pics available via Market Lane – TheDieline.com – Package […]

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The Whitney Museum is Installing a (Temporary) Coffee Cart

Posted on December 6, 2010 by

According to Craigslist anyway. My guess? They’re gonna use this machine, which could be considered an exhibit in and of itself. Stumptown + the Whitney Museum of American Art + a La Marzocco Strada sounds good to me. [Via Craigslist]

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32 Tasty Coffee Websites to Inspire You | Inspiration

Posted on December 6, 2010 by

[Via 32 Tasty Coffee Websites to Inspire You | Inspiration] The other 30 don’t necessarily provide the best company for these two local picks, but hey, it’s always nice to be recognized, right? And as long as I’m thinking locally, here’s a couple more I would add to the selection above:

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Check out the new AIR Cafe in Sydney, Australia

Posted on November 23, 2010 by

It’s not quite open yet but with Dan “YeeHa” Yee and Emily Oak running around back there it’s sure to be worth a visit. AIR has been one of Australia’s best roasters for years now, but this will be their first cafe. I think. View Larger Map Lots more pictures available via Emily’s “Air Coffee […]

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Dora Coffee on the LES

Posted on November 18, 2010 by

Dora, opening soon on the LES, is the handiwork of Nicole Slaven. Dora was Nicole’s great-grandmother and the namesake for Dora Cohen Memorial Park (located across the street). They will serve Stumptown, on a Linea, and offer a variety of brew methods. They’re also stocking plenty of gear for the home. View Larger Map They […]

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How to Start a Coffee Roasting Business

Posted on November 15, 2010 by

Look how easy it is to start a coffee roasting business! Only five steps!

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WTF Coffee Lab in Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Posted on November 11, 2010 by

The brand new WTF Coffee Lab in Fort Greene, BK offers what is arguably the most diverse coffee menu in NYC today. Not in terms of the coffee itself, but in the variety of brew methods available. There are actually two menus to choose from, one listing the five options of espresso based beverages available […]

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