February 21, 2014| by CoffeeKind
We'll be rooting for Portola Coffee Lab in this weekend's upcoming Barista's Cup competition. Portola is hosting as well as competing in the Big Western Regional Barista championship, happening this weekend. We wish them luck!
February 6, 2014| by CoffeeKind
A couple of weeks ago, we featured an interview with Chicago's Passion House Coffee Roasters. This morning, we were delighted to find another Passion House fan who is doing some very interesting things with his favorite coffee.
January 20, 2014| by CoffeeKind
The Good Food Awards 2014 were announced Thursday night, and we're delighted to offer our congratulations to two of our featured roasters, 1000 Faces and Metropolis, for their wins in the Coffee category.
January 15, 2014| by CoffeeKind
Do you avoid drinking coffee because you worry about dehydration? A new study may change your mind about that. That's just one new bit of info about coffee that you may not know yet.
December 13, 2013| by CoffeeKind
December 11, 2013| by CoffeeKind
The past week has seen two new twists on pourover coffee brewers and one very hot coffee cocktail to warm up your holidays. Hat tip to the New York Times Dining section for the drink -- and how cool is it that coffee regularly makes the Times these days? But first, the new pourover brewers...
December 9, 2013| by CoffeeKind
December 6, 2013| by CoffeeKind
New research from Sweden suggests that coffee consumers will pay more for coffee if it has two little words on the label – and they’re not “Fair Trade."
December 3, 2013| by CoffeeKind
This week in coffee, an Australian columnist slammed American coffee culture in a BIG headline, the European Coffee Symposium handed out awards to such diverse recipients as McCafe (yes, that’s MickeyD’s coffee shops) and La Marzocco and Aida Batlle takes on a new role in the specialty coffee world.
November 26, 2013| by CoffeeKind
Catch up with news from the world of coffee for the week of November 18 to 25, 2013. New research shows coffee may prevent Alzheimer's disease and improve blood circulation, while the FDA offers guidance to the food industry on coffee and French fries.