Banished Home-Roaster? Meet the Behmor.

Banished Home-Roaster? Meet the Behmor.

In Vermont, it’s said, there’s nine months of winter and three months’ rough sledding. While that’s fine for skiing and snowmobiling and such, it can put a real damper on the aspirations of the dedicated home coffee roaster, banished to the...

More Voices, More Views, More Coffee

Some updating to ye ol’ Blogroll is somewhat overdue, at least so far as the college of coffee blogs goes. There’s lots of interesting new voices out there — folks who are pushing the envelope on roasting, brewing, pulling shots and delivering an...

Tasting: Uganda Bugisu Mbale

Rating: [rating:3.5/5] Pondering my coffee cup, my thoughts inevitably turn to the land where the coffee was grown. And when that land is locked in a civil struggle I’m frequently curious and wary… Who grew this coffee? Which side are they on? Which side...

Tasting: FTO Ethiopian Sidamo

Rating: [rating:4/5] “You’ve already won me over-in spite of me. So don’t be alarmed if I fall head over feet. And don’t be surprised if I love you for all that you are. I couldn’t help it — it’s all your fault.” —...
Green Mountain Estate Java

Green Mountain Estate Java

Rating: [rating:3.5/5] While in exile in the very picture of a quaint New England inn [there ’tis, below], I’ve been away from my trusty lil’ benchtop coffee roaster, which is in storage in a warehouse somewhere in Kansas City. [You’ll forgive...

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