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Welcome to "Coffee Stories." Everyone is encouraged to write about their experiences "over a cup of coffee" and submit them to be featured stories. In this featured section, we have gathered up some of the most insightful write-ups. We look for stories that involve unique topics that support our belief that "Anyone Can Meet Over a Cup of Coffee, And Anything Can Happen."

Monday, 25 August 2014 18:13

Getting Coffee Shop-Quality Coffee at Home

Written by Sherrie Woosley
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Going into a coffee shop, slumping down in a nice big chair and sipping a freshly brewed coffee is one of life’s biggest pleasures, and many would like to be able to replicate it at home. We all love coffee and coffee shops. You might have the nice comfy chair at the cafe, but there’s something special about fresh coffee shop coffee that is difficult to replicate at home.

 

Difficult, but not impossible. Here’s how you can do it…

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By all accounts, Ninth Street Espresso was the first specialty coffee shop in New York City. When it opened its doors in 2001, Ninth Street's quality-driven approach to coffee was unmatched and helped usher in the era of "coffee as a culinary craft" and The Third Wave Coffee Revolution. To this day, Ninth Street maintains its flawless reputation, with four locations across the city and none of the elitism usually associated with specialty coffee. We interviewed owner Ken Nye on the origins of his business and how he manages to get it so right... 

Thursday, 26 December 2013 09:00

Janne: The Alpinist & His Coffee

Written by Jessica Jaffe
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Around this time last year, Oded and I were just wrapping up our whirlwind 5 month backpacking trip across parts of the East. It was a colorful and memorable experience, travelling from more modern countries like Thailand to less "touched" countries like Burma / Myanmar. Towards the end of trip, we were exploring parts of China and this is where we met our interesting interviewee, Janne, and his girlfriend Xian.

 

When you meet Janne (especially in China), he has a fairly distinctive and striking appearance.  He's a tall Swede with a big smile and when we met him, he and Xian were carrying around a type of bag I had never seen before in my life. It looked like a heavy duty water-proof laundry bag. I knew they must be 'special' hard-core travelers, but as we spoke some more, it became clear that the couple were seriously active and outdoorsy.

Tuesday, 30 April 2013 15:06

Nomadic James & His Coffee Adventures

Written by Over Coffee
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For anyone who has a passion for travel and coffee, this interview with James from Nomadic Notes is a must-read! A self-described "digital nomad" and "coffee nerd," James has been travelling the globe for almost 20 years and dedicates a sizeable portion of his travel blog to his coffee adventures. We came across Nomatic Notes when browsing the web for inspiring travel destinations, and we had to get in touch with him once we discovered his coffee addiction! Our interview with James touches on a number of his unique coffee finds, but be sure to visit his blog for the full spectrum of his fascinating coffee and travel experiences. Read on to learn about this world traveller and get inspired to take-part in the various coffee cultures around us!

 

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