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#43 What If Geisha Coffee Gets Out of Fashion? – with Wilford Lamastus

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It is no secret that Elida Natural Catuai is one of my top coffees on this planet. I remember tasting it the first time sometimes in 2012/2013 and it blew my mind. The green beans smelled like candy and the fruitiness of the cup was like drinking a liquefied strawberry cheesecake but with 0 calories. One might say, it...

The Ode to Home Roasting

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Hello fellow listener, If you are a fan, you know, with each episode my goal was always to give you a value. No, we do not distribute free money, but every episode should be loaded with something we learn and get inspired with. I do not do this podcast for sake of making podcast. The only reason I am doing this...

#42 Starting a Coffee Brand – Sales – Where to sell your product

Where to sell your coffee? What shall be the wholesale price for your coffee? Is Amazon the magic bullet for your product? Are grocery stores the answer for your sales? We decided to share our experience from our first year trying to find the best sales channels for our brand Unleashed Coffee. This episode is a gold for everyone who...

#41 Starting a Coffee Brand – Logo and Packaging

In this episode, we are going to talk about logo and packaging design. When it comes to the logo design we used plenty of services like Fiverr, 99 Designs and we will describe you the good and the bad about them. We ended up with a local designer. Was it a good idea? We think so. We will describe also the...

#40 Starting a Coffee Brand – Episode #1

This is a promised episode where we try to inspire through our experience of building a coffee brand. After I introduce William - the coffee farmer and the CEO of Unleashed Coffee we will give you few tips how to select the perfect business partner for your project. We also did a small exercise and asked each other our strong points...

#39 Cold Brew and Butter in Your Coffee

Denet Lewis from Beans N Barbells will reveal how to start a coffee business under $10000 and how did they find their crowd in the crossfit niche. In this episode we will also talk about different ways to make cold brew and also how to bottle cold brew. With Denet we will discuss their buttered coffee derivative which is based on...

Support Civil Liberties and Human Rights in 2017 and Beyond

Hey coffee guys, here is a little story you might be interested in. I am a kid who grew up in a totalitarian regime. I still remember how my dad was taken in for questioning because he said a joke about the Soviet Union and his colleague reported him to the secret service. I was only 15 when in...

#38 Is Running a Cafe in the Overpriced Paris a Good Idea?

In this episode I have a very exciting guest all the way from Paris. Jana Bukovinova opened a cafe/bistro in Paris called Thank You My Deer. She is the business owner, barista, baker and chef. As I mentioned previously I truly believe that coffee roasters and baristas who know how to cook, bake, how to develop flavors have a serious advantage...

#37 What Does a Rwandan Barista Dream Of?

I think I am not wrong when I say that most coffee professionals dream of going to the origin, tasting the coffee cherry and frolicking on the coffee farm like Kaldi’s goats in 15th century in Ethiopia. But have you ever wondered what do baristas from the origin dream of? We know that 10-20y ago in many coffee producing countries, drinking...

#36 Michal Molčan Standart Magazine Episode 2

FOTO by: European Coffee Trip Is Intelligentsia Coffee a Sellout? Is Failing Fast a Good Thing? Second episode with Michal Molcan from the Standart Magazine. In this episode Michal will describes his ideal cafe, elaborates on the idea behind Peet's acquisition of Intelligentsia's coffee and debunks the Silicon Valley spirit on failing. Find STANDART Magazine on: Standart Magazine Website Facebook Instagram Twitter BOOT CAMP CAMPUS JOB MENTIONED IN...

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