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Espresso equipment maker Rancilio North America has nearly wrapped up its Ramp Up Tour, designed to engage coffee professionals throughout the Midwest. After a number of sold out events with…

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For-Five-Coffee

While micro roasting companies popped up like spring daffodils in Brooklyn, New York, throughout much of this decade, just a little farther afield in Queens two longtime friends have also…

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Most brands go it alone, offering a strict set of logos, colors and catch phrases designed to collectively draw your eye and say, “Please pick me!” Then there’s Coffee Project…

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Truebird coffee

As specialty coffee robots created by California’s Cafe X and Texas-based Briggo continue their forward, automated marches, a question has remained: Could the surly and spirited humans of old New…

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Fresh off the heels of a second Brooklyn roastery opening and new cafe, Toby’s Estate New York today announced a name and brand change, becoming Partners Coffee. Toby’s Estate in…

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Toby’s Estate has opened its second production roastery in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, alongside a new cafe space with seating for 40, a daily brunch menu and…

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(Editor’s note: This article written by Howard Bryman originally appeared in the July/August 2016 issue of Roast magazine.) For all the new brands of roasted coffee appearing over the past few…

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(Editor’s note: This article written by Howard Bryman originally appeared in the July/August 2016 issue of Roast magazine.) For all the new brands of roasted coffee appearing over the past few…

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The 10-year-old wholesale roasting company Plowshares Coffee Roasters is occupying new ground, relocating its production roastery and headquarters from Rockland County, New York, to West Harlem. The new space, at 1351 Amsterdam…

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Baxter St

Brooklyn, New York-based East One Coffee Roasters has opened its second coffee shop, this time in collaboration with the arts-focused nonprofit Baxter St. at the Camera Club in Lower Manhattan’s Chinatown…

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