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Since opening one of Seattle’s earliest artisan espresso shops in 1988, one of the defining characteristics of the craft behind our counter has been the grinding of coffee for each…

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david schomer espresso vivace

On Ash Wednesday, 2001, the earth outside Seattle began to shake, sending tremors felt throughout the region. In the Emerald City on that same day, another temblor shook the bedrock…

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baratza sette grinder

A  year ago, grinder manufacturer Baratza launched its innovative new line of grinders, the Sette Series, at the SCAA Event in Atlanta. This year, again at the annual specialty coffee…

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All photos courtesy of Craftworks Coffee

Seattle has its share of towering figurehead cafes in the world of specialty coffee. There’s the rotating month-long roaster takeovers at the new La Marzocco Café, which this month features…

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In this week’s episode of Unpacking Coffee, Kandace and Ray virtually hang with Lofted Coffee, the two-year-old Bushwick, Brooklyn roastery that operates out of a less-than-1,000-square-foot industrially zoned loft that…

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mavam espresso

The new under-counter espresso machine system called the Mavam made its official US launch at the Portland Coffee Fest this past weekend, and it didn’t just make waves — it…

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