Worth The Wait

My mornings usually start with a stumble into the kitchen. Often I don’t bother turning on the light as I move toward my hot water heater and turn it on. I proceed to measure out coffee, set my burr grinder to the appropriate setting, and prep my pour-over of choice (currently the chemex). While I…

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Caffeinating the Millennial Generation

Experts say that a new social generation is born every 10-20 years, and in that time, people not only tend to develop similarities with each other, but also common dissimilarities with other generations. This is significant because as each generation ages, the blend of personality types in the economy shifts. I am a millennial, a…

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You, Me and the Great American Coffee Revival

The art of coffee has not reached its peak, and I believe the industry is at a crucial tipping point of a cultural explosion, particularly in America. Despite its history of short-sighted coffee ventures, e.g. Dunkin Donuts or any brand of instant coffee, America has a burgeoning fascination with the finer elements of coffee.  Go…

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