Benjamin Myers – 1000 Faces Coffee – Starting, Managing and Growing a Coffee Roasting...

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In this episode, I talk with Benjamin Myers about how he started his coffee roasting company, 1000 Faces Coffee. He started the company with one...

The Importance of the Coffee Importer

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Have you ever wondered what coffee importers do besides taking our hard-earned money? Well if you did, this episode is for you. In my experience...

Barista vs Roaster Thoughts on Coffee Roasting and Quality Standards

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In this episode we will discuss roasting related topics with Gwilym Davies. We start with our take on dark roasts, and after that Gwilym...

Starting a Successful Cafe with Gwilym Davies

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What is the next logical step after a coffee cart? More coffee carts? In this episode, Gwilym Davies will talk about synergy, starting a...

How to Start a Trendy Coffee Cart with Gwilym Davies

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In this episode I will interview Gwilym Davies, who changed the coffee scene in London, won the 2009 World barista Championship, and, despite the...

Coffeeis.ME Podcast – Crowdfunding your Coffee Business with Ryan O’Rourke

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Ryan will share his experience with crowdfunding his business. He raised $6000 on IndieGoGo, which will help him to start his coffee roasting business. Ryan...

Coffeeis.ME Podcast – Starting a Coffee Roasting Company #2 with Ryan O’Rourke

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Thank you for all your input, reviews and support! You guys rock. In the second episode of our podcast we will talk about: How to select...

Coffeeis.ME Podcast – Starting a Coffee Roasting Company #1 with Ryan O’Rourke

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Thank you for listening to the Coffeeis.me podcast. Subscribe to our podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, Soundcloud, TuneIn radio so you don't miss a single...

Coffeeis.ME Podcast – What is this Podcast About

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What is Coffeeis.me and why would you benefit from listening to it? This episode #0 will explain all that, plus introduces the host Valerian...

Coffeeis.ME Podcast – Central American Coffee and How to Start a Coffee Farm with...

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