Beyond the hot take on the Starbucks sustainability bond

A few weeks ago, Starbucks made an incredible announcement.  They were going to have nitro cold brew in their cafes!! I think this definitively answers the Symposium question, is cold brew a category or craze?  OK, OK.  I’m joking.  The real earth-shaker is that Starbucks has issued the first US corporate bond for sustainability.  The […]

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Episode 42 – Baratza Sette with Kyle Anderson

With the launch of the revolutionary new Sette grinder in sight, we’re honored to have Baratza’s cofounder and mechanical genius Kyle Anderson join us on the show. This episode is packed with great information about Baratza’s history, their current lineup, the unique technology and features of the Sette grinder, and some startling revelations about Baratza’s plans for the Sette and future roadmap near the end.

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A new newsletter

Over the last few years I’ve struggled with defining this blog. More recently it has been a place for longer form pieces, and I’m happy writing this way here. Where things often become difficult is that blogs have typically been about more. They’ve had announcements, or bits of news, or interesting links etc. Twitter, Facebook… Continue reading

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From the Court Room to a Coffee Farm: an Interview with Thrive Farmers’ Ken Lander

From the Court Room to a Coffee Farm: an Interview with Thrive Farmers’ Ken Lander by Michael

Meet the man who wants to change the way you buy coffee. Ken Lander is cofounder of Thrive Farmers, a coffee company championing a farmer-direct model in which the farmers retains ownership of their coffee until the final sale. Thrive’s unique model allows the producers to share in a larger percentage of the profits. We caught up […]

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