Here’s today’s video – bit late again, but still here!
Matt Webb’s talk
Coffee at Wikipedia.org
I made the finals. I am genuinely surprised, but extremely delighted. I have done what I came to do – to be the first in the UK to make top...
Saw this link over on Dan’s blog, and thought it appropriate to post here: Coffee Video Magazine All the stars are there – Billy Wilson, Matt Riddle, Amber Sather and...
Short post I am afraid – though more when the CBC starts rolling. I like Toronto, and it has been a hectic couple of days here so far. There have...
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someone please change the latte art picture..
it just makes me sad..
I’m living in Perú, we have arabicas coffees high altitud grow and also organic and shade grow productions, hand picked. The coffees have high acidity with citricals notes, also chocolate and cane sugar flavors and aroma. The body is medium, the after taste is long and round. I’m wondering how can i make an espresso roast with a single origin. What do you recommend? Have you taste any peruvian origin before? I’m asking that to you because i’ll open a coffee shop in a few weeks..! also i’ll appreciate if you can give me somes suggestions about drinks building, coffee blends and any other topic you find important. Or you can direct me to some web links or books to find more information about that.
Thank you a lot to you and the baristas around the world how can give me some advices in my starting business.
Thanks for mentioning that regarding Wikipedia. As a relative newcomer to the world of specialty coffee, I’ve had a terrible time researching anything on coffee. I tried Wikipedia a while back, but it wasn’t very detailed. It was good for a start, but not up to the level of some of their other topics. Everything else that I’ve found on the web is all over the place. It would be great to have it a little more centralized, less biased, and not tied in to any one roaster’s, vendor’s, or similar organization’s websites.
Thanks for the asking the question!
Lovely answer. Thanks, Gwilym.
Oh hey it’s Ian peeking in and out of the camera :)
And that, again, is why I love Gwilym – simply focused.
HELL YES! Gwilym representin’ with the Thursday Night Throwdown shirt! Hugs for Gwilym!
I’ve noticed that Wikipedia’s coffee-related topics have been improved and expanded a great deal. Thanks to whoever is doing it.
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