Archive for the ‘Coffee Education’ Category
It’s pretty easy to take for granted that everyone doesn’t know what you’re talking about when your audience is composed of so many people all over, from so many areas of your life. One thing I thought about lately, is how still so many people aren’t familiar with “manual brewing.” So, I thought I’d write Read more
You arrive at the office and everything seems normal enough at first. You greet your co-workers, engage in some obligatory small talk and settle into your desk, but something seems…different. You glance over your shoulder several times. Are you being watched? Aren’t there usually birds singing or something? It’s too quiet. You scan the horizon, Read more
On the last day of April, we were Groupon’s Deal of the Day with a 2 hour Roastery Tour/Coffee 101 and Sampling Lab! 214 people bought the deal for $20, and so far, there have been great groups of people who’ve loved the time and learned a lot. We have many upcoming dates, and I’m Read more
This past Wednesday, Batdorf & Bronson Atlanta played host to their first of many upcoming dates on the Atlanta Culinary Tours calendar. Atlanta Culinary Tours organizes foodie tours all over Atlanta that usually focus on individual areas of Atlanta, but after attending a Coffee 101/Roastery Tour I led a few months ago, decided they wanted Read more
With the warm summer months hopefully on their way, fans of coffee should be able to create and enjoy their favorite beverage on the rocks – don’t you agree? Join us on July 10th and learn how you can do this at home!
Coffee enthusiasts should be getting the most out of their beans, and successfully be able to brew a fantastic cup of coffee using multiple methods.
Join us for the next Public Sunday Cupping, where we will simpify the perfect cup!
We are pleased to announce the return of the monthly Sunday cuppings! Yesterday marked the successful return of the public Sunday cuppings. Since this was the first of a series of monthly cuppings we felt it best to start with a basic intro to coffee. To that end we sort of merged our seed to Read more
Today’s cupping was a real skill building exercise. Bob took four coffees from our inventory and roasted a dark and light version of each. We then had to identify which of the samples was dark roasted, which was light roasted and which was a 50/50 blend. The featured coffees for this exercise, which were also Read more
I learned the rudiments of coffee cupping from Don Holly and Ted Lingle thirteen years ago. Along the way I have learned from some of the finest palates in the coffee industry. I have been fortunate, sitting at the cupping table with many of the most successful entrepreneurs and renowned cuppers and green buyers in Read more
Back by popular demand, are our monthly, public coffee cuppings! Please join us, the first Sunday of each month, from 1pm-3pm, for an educational and tasty experience.