Find out what went down at this year’s U.S. Coffee Champions, held March 15–17 in Kansas City, Missouri.
After seven years of living in Sweden, winning the title of Swedish National Barista Champion three years in a row, and creating the culture-shifting Barista League, Steve Moloney may be forced to leave his adopted country in a matter of days.
As the coffee industry begins to re-navigate how they approach customer service, coffee professionals are taking steps to help baristas to best address systemic prejudices.
Fresh Cup is clocking in to work a shift behind the counter at some of the most innovative cafés we can find for our monthly #Café4aDay social media immersions.
Two innovative events focused on creating dialogue and educating other folks about groups of people who have historically faced discrimination.
Applications are now open for Boot Coffee Campus’ 2019 scholarship program. Winners will receive scholarships worth $6,000 to either attend Boot Coffee Campus programs or fund SCA Coffee Skills Program courses.
Discover who is on the inaugural leadership council of the newly formed, global Barista Guild.
Held at Volcano Coffee Works in Brixton, South London, the idea behind the Kore Directive is to give women a chance to network, build up skills, and get a sense of belonging in what can feel like a male-dominated industry.
The scrappiest, yet deeply knowledgeable, coffee competition around will return to its Scandinavian stomping grounds to kick off 2019.
56 competitors from countries including Croatia, Japan, Spain, Qatar, and Turkey competed in a series of coffee brewing rounds using the AeroPress.