Category: Counter Culture Coffee

New Cafe Standard Pour Goes Above and Beyond in New York

Though standard models for coffee shop businesses flew right out the window this year, New Yorkers can at least find some comfort in a Standard Pour. The new women-owned...

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Morning Addition: Counter Culture Heads Up the New NPR Coffee Club

As the rare larger specialty coffee roaster with no retail cafes to speak of, Counter Culture Coffee has managed to find favor among untold numbers of quality-focused coffee shops...

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Coffee Trader Sucafina Launches ‘Farmgate Initiative’ for Cash Bonuses

The North American arm of Swiss green coffee trading company Sucafina is launching a program called Farmgate Initiative that gives coffee buyers the ability to tack on additional farmgate...

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The Extraction Gets Caught Slamming Some Joe at the Impeachment Hearings

Domingo Muguira Revelta, the founder of the long-running Mexican decaffeination company Descamex and the coffee brand Los Portales, passed away after heart failure on Nov. 1 in Córdoba, Veracruz....

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Three Questions with Rich Futrell of Caravela Coffee

Green coffee trading company Caravela Coffee has announced the appointment of Rich Futrell as sales manager for North America. A Chicago native, Futrell founded the Third Place Coffeehouse in...

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The Path to Distinction: Nurturing Separation in Nariño

(Editor’s note: This article originally appeared in the January/February 2016 issue of Roast Magazine. Links have been added for context.) The story of specialty coffee in Nariño, Colombia, is a...

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Tree House Brewing Goes Out On a Limb with Coffee Roasting Operation

The bean no longer falls far from the tree for folks in and around Charlton, Massachusetts, as the local multifaceted beermongers at Tree House Brewing have begun roasting coffee....

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