Co-roasting spaces open the door for new roasters around the globe
Glitter Cat has revealed its participants in this year’s Bootcamp, which will train coffee professionals from around the country to compete in the 2020 U.S. Coffee Championships.
The 2019 Golden Bean Coffee Roasters Competition and Conference wrapped up last weekend in Nashville, Tennessee, after four days filled with cupping, camaraderie, and lots and lots of coffee.
As both “boon” and “boona” are East African terms for coffee, the name “Boon Boona Coffee” delivers triple-shot branding for this community gathering place in Renton, a suburban city just south of Seattle. Since opening this past January, the coffeehouse has attracted a large, diverse, and enthusiastic clientele.
The Oregon Coffee Board is offering scholarships to the U.S. Coffee Championship Qualifiers. The scholarship includes entry fee, travel, food and beverage stipend, mentors, and more.
A two-year collaboration between Stanford University and Sustainable Harvest culminates this week with the launch of a new on-campus executive course geared toward the next generation of business leaders and entrepreneurs looking to employ the tenants of design thinking and sustainability.
At the 2019 U.S. Barista Championship semifinal, Sam Schaefer announced his intended new project, Mockingbird Coffee, a roastery and tasting room set to launch in Ann Arbor this fall. But last month, in an emotional Instagram post, Schaefer revealed that the business had come to an abrupt halt.
Now an L.A. coffee institution, Go Get Em Tiger opened its sixth location last week at the newly renovated Music Center Plaza.
The Rainforest Alliance announced it would be redirecting 100% of donations made through its Instagram page to Brazilian frontline groups fighting deforestation and defending indigenous rights in the Amazon.
Recent trends in the café industry reflect a sweeping move towards a more sustainable, plant-based future.