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David McCormick Enjoys Grassroots Campaigning in Pennsylvania

Mark Levin

01:36 min | 4 d ago

David McCormick Enjoys Grassroots Campaigning in Pennsylvania

"You think you have a pretty good ground game because in the end that's what I think it's going to take I think I do Yeah the reason I say that is I think we've recruited great folks in every county And my approach to this from the very first day when we talked was I've had a lot of media and ads on TV but I have literally been in this damn pickup truck And I've put 25,000 miles on it I've driven down diners Today I did two diners a coffee shop a VFW and those stops are where you get the word of mouth You get the local media hits And you begin to build out this army of volunteers So I feel good about it But this is my first time running So when I feel like I get in a room and talk to people I feel like they're responding I feel like they're taking my message and I feel like I'm leaving with her vote But we got a long way to go This is how a lot of politicians who were really first time runners they weren't politicians to begin with This is how many of them get elected you know Going and doing the kind of grassroots meeting people speaking to people small groups churches restaurants and diners and so forth This is how many of them have gotten elected And so this is your plan I take it This is my plan And you know you learn I've never run for anything So you learn pretty quickly whether you like it And I like it Every day I meet somebody who inspires

'Succession' star glues hand to Starbucks counter in protest

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

'Succession' star glues hand to Starbucks counter in protest

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Best Coffee (MM #4066)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Best Coffee (MM #4066)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I'm a casual coffee drinker. I just know two kinds of coffee. Good coffee and bad coffee. I don't know how you make good coffee. I don't know how you make bad coffee, but when somebody hands me a cup of coffee, I can tell you if it's good or bad. And that's the funny thing about coffee people. They all have feelings about coffee. They all have their opinions when it comes to places like Starbucks, people either love it or hate it. Some say it's bitter, some say it's burnt, some say it's the worst tasting coffee out there, and then some will tell you it's some of the best coffee out there. But I saw a story online the other day about 8 coffee shop chains with the best quality coffee in America. Some of which I've heard of, but don't know much about. The coffee bean and tea leaf over a thousand locations worldwide, some of the best coffee around. Likewise, for Pete's coffee and tea. But the one thing I noticed about it, all the big chains that are everywhere, nowhere to be found in this list. And I don't know if that's good or bad. Because the person who wrote it has got to be biased, because for coffee lovers, there's no gray area. You love it, or you hate it, but sometimes you just can't explain why.

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Best Coffee (MM #4066)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Best Coffee (MM #4066)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I'm a casual coffee drinker. I just know two kinds of coffee. Good coffee and bad coffee. I don't know how you make good coffee. I don't know how you make bad coffee, but when somebody hands me a cup of coffee, I can tell you if it's good or bad. And that's the funny thing about coffee people. They all have feelings about coffee. They all have their opinions when it comes to places like Starbucks, people either love it or hate it. Some say it's bitter, some say it's burnt, some say it's the worst tasting coffee out there, and then some will tell you it's some of the best coffee out there. But I saw a story online the other day about 8 coffee shop chains with the best quality coffee in America. Some of which I've heard of, but don't know much about. The coffee bean and tea leaf over a thousand locations worldwide, some of the best coffee around. Likewise, for Pete's coffee and tea. But the one thing I noticed about it, all the big chains that are everywhere, nowhere to be found in this list. And I don't know if that's good or bad. Because the person who wrote it has got to be biased, because for coffee lovers, there's no gray area. You love it, or you hate it, but sometimes you just can't explain why.

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Best Coffee (MM #4066)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Best Coffee (MM #4066)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I'm a casual coffee drinker. I just know two kinds of coffee. Good coffee and bad coffee. I don't know how you make good coffee. I don't know how you make bad coffee, but when somebody hands me a cup of coffee, I can tell you if it's good or bad. And that's the funny thing about coffee people. They all have feelings about coffee. They all have their opinions when it comes to places like Starbucks, people either love it or hate it. Some say it's bitter, some say it's burnt, some say it's the worst tasting coffee out there, and then some will tell you it's some of the best coffee out there. But I saw a story online the other day about 8 coffee shop chains with the best quality coffee in America. Some of which I've heard of, but don't know much about. The coffee bean and tea leaf over a thousand locations worldwide, some of the best coffee around. Likewise, for Pete's coffee and tea. But the one thing I noticed about it, all the big chains that are everywhere, nowhere to be found in this list. And I don't know if that's good or bad. Because the person who wrote it has got to be biased, because for coffee lovers, there's no gray area. You love it, or you hate it, but sometimes you just can't explain why.

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Ukraine Ireland Refugees-Refugee Intro and Wrap

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

Ukraine Ireland Refugees-Refugee Intro and Wrap

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Latest Lapel Pins and Gifts From Hawaii

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

Latest Lapel Pins and Gifts From Hawaii

"Shot so you can see the lapel thing that I'm wearing that my buddy, I don't know him, Louis Kona, and I don't know how to say this because there's so many syllables. It's one of those beautiful Hawaiian retreats. I'm sure a slice of Paradise kill a nobody here on the team knows it either. Hence my belief that everybody around me is crazy, but me. And I'm the one I can't read it. Kill a kakua. I think it's killa kakua? Hey, Hawaii. If you're listening and help me with the pronunciation, I just want to say a big thank you. A couple months ago, I invited you to send me lapel pins from your state and on the Salem news channel where you watch this show online and I hope you do, as well as listen to us on your favorite radio station. People have been sending me lapel pins from and I like it when it's like one half is the one side is the American flag and the other side is your state pin. People have sent me pins from Wyoming, Montana, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio. I've worn them all. Well, Louis, Kona from Kona coffee sent me not only some lapel pins that aren't exactly a flag pin, but it's a beautiful Hawaiian flower. You see it online here, sailing news channel dot com. It's beautiful. And I've got it on my lapel. He also sent me some samples from Kona coffee, which is the aroma of aloha. And I like that. And he sent us some American flag watches,

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Why Churches Should Have 'News Ministries'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | Last month

Why Churches Should Have 'News Ministries'

"I agree with you wholeheartedly that the church is the answer for the things that you were talking about today. But by and large, the church culture doesn't seem to really have the ministry and the things going on in the ministry to address those things. We got like children's ministry, singles ministry. But not things that are really geared to address the things that you discussed today. Not by and large anyway. How would Charlie Kirk consult such a church and helping them to start implementing these things? What a great question. That's a terrific question. And you basically you took my one liner right out of my mouth, which is, so we have children's ministries, some prison ministries. We have financial counseling ministries, women's ministries, men's ministries, but a lot of churches don't have ministries to be able to make to have their congregation make sense of the news. Or what's happening around them. So this is part of what we're trying to do at TPUSA faith and kind of the team that we're creating. We do once a month thing that can be done in any church at any time called freedom night in America, where it's an open setting for questions to be asked for people to come to get advice from their pastors on these issues. I'm so incredibly encouraged to hear you guys have a civic engagement ministry that's such an important step. It's awesome. That's so cool. And that's not political. That's just getting engaged in making the decisions that you want to make. So in the best case scenario, I believe a church should have a full-time pastor where their full-time job is to be the go to person for every contentious issue. So that person is the hey, raise your hand on every Sunday. You got a question about the trans issue. You got to press about CRT. That's the guy schedule lunch or coffee and their calendar all week is dealing with your needs wants and concerns and clarification. That's it.

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What Does Elon Musk's Letter to Twitter Tell Us?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:32 min | Last month

What Does Elon Musk's Letter to Twitter Tell Us?

"So we have to ask ourselves, what does Elon Musk want? What does he say he wants? No, I often say this when I get a chance to fill in for Charlie, but we have to say that when somebody shows you who they are, believe them. When somebody tells you who they are, believe them, there's very few other options, really. So who is Elon saying that he is? Because the verdict is admittedly out. We don't actually know everything about how this story is going to play out. Obviously. But the jury's out. This is what the letter says. So I'm going to read this letter and then I'm going to ask the question who does Elon Musk say he is and what does he want and is it good? I invested in Twitter as I believe in its potential to be the platform for free speech around the globe. And I believe free speech is a societal imperative for a functioning democracy. Stop right there. He is 100% right, and he is breaking with the rest of the elites. Now you get people like on Twitter. It's absolute meltdown city on Twitter right now. And it is, it is glorious. I have to say, I'm here for it. I got popcorn, got my coffee, got my water. I'm sitting here taking it all in, watching them melt down. It's a matter of fact. Just, you know, while we're at it, we heard a 2 p.m., Twitter is going to have an all hands to deal with how Elon has triggered them. All the snowflakes over at Twitter are going to be dealt with. They're going to have a full counseling session. They're going to have crisis counselors on call. It's going to be quite the scene.

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Remote Work (MM #4040)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Remote Work (MM #4040)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Call it remote work, call it working from home, doesn't matter what you call it. It's causing a lot of frustrations for people. Sure, for the last two years, many Americans, including my wife, have been working from home, but the remote work situation is causing problems on two ends of the spectrum. Number one, managers are frustrated because they don't feel they're able to manage quite as well quite as easily if you will. They don't have as good a hold on people because they can't look them straight in the eye. They only see them sometimes through a computer screen. Another end of the spectrum that's having a problem with the current world of remote working, it's interns. A lot of companies use interns to do a lot of the grunt work, and it's not just about getting coffee. Sure it could be sometimes just putting presentations together and things like that. The boring stuff. But without an office to go to without people around you to mentor you, a lot of people don't want to do internships anymore because you can't really intern something via Zoom. Where it's going, how it's changing, nobody knows. Hybrid work could become the norm, but still it's going to cause problems for a lot of people.

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Remote Work (MM #4040)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Remote Work (MM #4040)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Call it remote work, call it working from home, doesn't matter what you call it. It's causing a lot of frustrations for people. Sure, for the last two years, many Americans, including my wife, have been working from home, but the remote work situation is causing problems on two ends of the spectrum. Number one, managers are frustrated because they don't feel they're able to manage quite as well quite as easily if you will. They don't have as good a hold on people because they can't look them straight in the eye. They only see them sometimes through a computer screen. Another end of the spectrum that's having a problem with the current world of remote working, it's interns. A lot of companies use interns to do a lot of the grunt work, and it's not just about getting coffee. Sure it could be sometimes just putting presentations together and things like that. The boring stuff. But without an office to go to without people around you to mentor you, a lot of people don't want to do internships anymore because you can't really intern something via Zoom. Where it's going, how it's changing, nobody knows. Hybrid work could become the norm, but still it's going to cause problems for a lot of people.

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Remote Work (MM #4040)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Remote Work (MM #4040)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Call it remote work, call it working from home, doesn't matter what you call it. It's causing a lot of frustrations for people. Sure, for the last two years, many Americans, including my wife, have been working from home, but the remote work situation is causing problems on two ends of the spectrum. Number one, managers are frustrated because they don't feel they're able to manage quite as well quite as easily if you will. They don't have as good a hold on people because they can't look them straight in the eye. They only see them sometimes through a computer screen. Another end of the spectrum that's having a problem with the current world of remote working, it's interns. A lot of companies use interns to do a lot of the grunt work, and it's not just about getting coffee. Sure it could be sometimes just putting presentations together and things like that. The boring stuff. But without an office to go to without people around you to mentor you, a lot of people don't want to do internships anymore because you can't really intern something via Zoom. Where it's going, how it's changing, nobody knows. Hybrid work could become the norm, but still it's going to cause problems for a lot of people.

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Brian Stelter Calls for Lunch When Asked an Important Question

The Dan Bongino Show

01:59 min | Last month

Brian Stelter Calls for Lunch When Asked an Important Question

"So Jim queue up for me caught 5 Again this is what I mean by imposing real material losses You get a guy like Brian stelter right is the coffee fetcher at CNN Somehow magically because he used to kiss what did Zucker's butt all the time Winds up getting a show Hilariously titled unreliable sources He gets his show of the least talented man in broadcasting Well what matters to him is his reputation I mean he is literally titled reliable sources He wants to be seen as a source of journalistic ethics Well Brian's felt there's been the wrong on the wrong side of every single significant media story we've had in our time Everyone he's been on the wrong side So he got confronted This is just beautiful watching a college freshman dismantle Brian stealth to check this out My name is Christopher Phillips I'm a first year at the college My question is from mister seltzer You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation But CNN is right up there with them They push the Russian collusion hoax They push the Jussie Smollett hoax They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist And yes they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence Or is there something else behind it It's too bad it's time for lunch You have 30 seconds No I mean there's a clock that says 30 seconds but I think my honest answer to you and I will come over and talk in more detail after this is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch They're different They're different channel Brian sells it But listen for Brian sell the brothers always time for lunch I mean look at the guy Come on yeah time for lunch This is like a new thing

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What Is Eric's Morning Routine?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last month

What Is Eric's Morning Routine?

"Morning routine. What is it? Well, first of all, I drink honor bound coffee. Every morning. Honor bound coffee. Some of you, if you're new to the program, you don't know Pete and Seth talbott. They're the folks behind relief factor, one of the sponsors of this program. And they are now on this program is that every week now that we have every Thursday I coming up in a couple seconds here. And they run this kind of business consultancy thing called the Talbot group. And they are business geniuses. And they said, we want to create a premier coffee brand. And so it's called honor bound coffee. I wasn't planning to plug on our brown coffee, but they give a 100%. A 100% of their profits to military families. It's kind of an amazing thing. Honor bound coffee. And I'm not kidding. It is definitely the best tasting coffee I've ever tasted. It's both bold and smooth. Bold and smooth like us. But seriously, the funny thing is if we run out of it or something and Suzanne has to go make some other coffee. I mean, I make coffee too, but right away you know. Yeah, you do. So my morning routine is I wake up. Then I drink honor bound coffee and continue to wake up, I really often, I wake up very, very slowly, so it takes a few days. No, but I wake up slowly, so I tend to kind of do everything Bible reading, looking at emails or whatever, as I'm slowly waking up. And then often I blast off down to the studio. So that's really not much of an answer. I'm sorry. All I did was plug on a brown coffee, which is amazing. And by the way, send your questions in for the talbots because in their segments coming up in the months ahead or weeks ahead, they're going to answer business schools. That's right. So go to the comment section and go to metaxas talk dot com where you can if you have any business question, the talbots want to answer your business

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No. 20 Illinois beats No. 24 Iowa for share of Big Ten title

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

No. 20 Illinois beats No. 24 Iowa for share of Big Ten title

"Illinois is grabbed a share of the big ten regular season title with Wisconsin the twentieth ranked a line I did it with the seventy four seventy two win over number twenty four Iowa coffee Cochran had twenty one points and fourteen rebounds to lead the Illini to their first conference championship since twenty oh five one of the more with the realest of Florida a Florida man again you know it will probably that's what a lot of people since this is in but for me it was like on a motivation factor you know I like taking on the challenge of changing something in you know on making the impact Illinois trailed by fifteen in the first half but Alfonso Plummer led the charge back in route to fifteen points illinois' hopes for a conference crown were kept alive with Nebraska upset number ten Wisconsin seventy four seventy three earlier Sunday I'm Dave Ferrie

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Cockburn, Plummer help No. 15 Illinois beat Michigan 93-85

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Cockburn, Plummer help No. 15 Illinois beat Michigan 93-85

"Coffee cart printer now finds a plumber combined for fifty three points is fifteenth ranked Illinois outscored Michigan ninety three eighty five copper delivered twenty seven points in helping the Illini get within one game of Wisconsin for the big ten lead social worker you know make some of our plan because I was going to fall just try to get a good grade started talking so much in a good position plumber provided twenty three of his twenty six points by halftime for the Illini who saw a fifteen point second half lead cut to two in the closing minutes Trent Frazier hit a three pointer with forty five point three seconds left putting Illinois up by seven devided Johns had a season high twenty five points and matched a career high with ten assists for the Wolverines I'm Dave Ferrie

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Douglas Giampapa Simplifies What It Means to Eat 15% Less

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Douglas Giampapa Simplifies What It Means to Eat 15% Less

"That I've always, you know, I've been all my life tried to be healthy. I've been in the military for 20 plus years. You know, you try to stay in shape, but you go up and downs. And I hear people talk about diet and you say cut 15%. To the average person on this podcast, what does that mean? I mean, in reality, if they're eating decent or if they're eating crappy, whatever it may be. What does it mean to take 15% off? Yeah. So, I mean, diet is one of those terms that doesn't have a real clear definition. A lot of people kind of append their own definition to it, right? But we're not talking about a fad diet where you do something for a month, right? There's a couple pounds, maybe feel a little bit better. And then go back to your normal self. That doesn't really do much. We're talking about something that's sustainable, long-term. It's a lifestyle change, right? And it's intended to have long-term positive health impacts. So 15% less. So we're talking about maybe 400 calories less a day on a 2500 calorie diet, right? So if you make little changes, for example, you don't have the Starbucks big latte or whatever that's 350 calories in the morning instead, you just have a coffee with smoke milk, right? You give that up, that's your 400 calories right there. So little things like that. You don't have to stop eating breakfast lunch and dinner. Eat a little bit healthier, but also eat a little bit less. And if you remove just one thing or two things that add up to that 400 calories, that's it. So it's not it doesn't require that much willpower to give up 15% of your calories. And as you do it, it will get easier, easier, easier. They want to be the hardest day to the second hardest day through the third artist. And then it will become like normal in your body won't crave that extra 400 calories.

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Cup Of Coffee (MM #3992)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Cup Of Coffee (MM #3992)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. There are two groups of people in this world, coffee drinkers, and non coffee drinkers. Of course I tend to be the outlier where I'm a social coffee drinker, but don't wake up in the morning and have to have a cup of coffee or two or three or ten. When I worked in radio, a world filled with coffee drinkers and smokers. In fact, I had friends who lived on coffee and cigarettes, and that's it. It looks like researchers have finally agreed that coffee for the most part is a good thing for you. So the question is, can you drink an optimum amount of coffee per day to have it benefit you, but not hurt you? Well, it looks like Harvard researchers have found the answer. The answer is yes. Three cups of regular coffee a day do good for your brain health. They help you out. Anything more doesn't help. Anything less helps a little bit, but is not optimum. So there you have it. You want to be a good coffee drinker. You want to help your brain and drink coffee at the same time? Three cups of regular coffee per day. So if you really want coffee to benefit you, well, you may want to look into that Harvard study. Three cups of coffee a day. Could you manage that? I don't know if I can. Three is too much.

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"coffee" Discussed on Coffee Sprudgecast

Coffee Sprudgecast

08:01 min | 10 months ago

"coffee" Discussed on Coffee Sprudgecast

"Don't have an ingredients list for joe in front of us. So i'd be curious to know if like there's just a little cane sugar in it or what the sweet is from. Maybe just the sweetness from the papers but it's sweetening up the cop. It's not just heat. There's a little sweet on it too. I'm tasting the darker rest now. Oh wow that's nice that's a again. There's more flavor the dark roasts in in addition to the coffee similar spice element Just a little bit deeper. We believe that the chilies themselves have been roasted more here. Yeah this reminds me. This has a little bit more of like that. Chipotle kind of darker roasted pepper flavor thing. A little bit again really really nice like i would love this on a bar and it really like. It doesn't compete with the coffee itself. It just it's really nice lovely edition to it surprisingly complementary to the coffee. Wow yeah i'm surprised. I am delighted. I like the the the light. I'd like it quite a lot. Yeah remind me yu-gi-oh we wrote the article without having had a chance to try it because we thought it was interesting and then they were like oh thanks for writing the article and they sent us some right. Yeah so that's very kind. Thanks for the gift you joe but it was not a paid spot. This is not like they didn't sponsor this portion of the podcast. We just are sort of genuinely curious. I gotta say this was fun and interesting and yummy to drink and if you especially if you are like a hot sauce person if you like hot sauce and i very firmly if you're the sort of person who has five or more hot sauces in your fridge like you should try this because it's very good hot sauce. The combination with the coffee is yummy. But like i don't think you have to just do coffee. Like i know could also like make other stuff with it and it would taste really nice right right. Yeah like for sure definitely. Let's talk buildouts because we've got some really cool on that we featured in the last couple of weeks. please wanna dive in dive. We shall yeah. Let's talk can we talk about. Because i got london on the brain omaha short saint nine coffee. We ran this amazing of london. Coffee guide on spreads. Just a couple of weeks ago that we're really really excited about getting james hansen. Worked on it for us. James works in london as one of the editors for the eater london team and worked on this big beautiful london. Coffee guide for a starting with eastland. And then there's going to be a couple more pieces that will come from over the course of the next couple of weeks and months very excited for that and just in general london. What a lovely place. Very interesting coffee scene. Also one of the great food scenes in the world and plenty of bars and places to drink wine to if you enjoy those things and back to the coffee We were thrilled to get this build out. Come in from the folks at saint nine coffee a multi roaster featuring round hill assembly northstar and more. Yes that's correct This was a cool build. Came in dave dave sort of taken. This thing that we've seen a couple of different places do over the years of like an elaborate and very kind of thoughtfully built mural inside of the space that sort of becomes more than the architecture more than the space the mural becomes really the focus of the when you're in the bar and the mural inside of this space is absolutely gorgeous. Murless from an artist called gabe sapiens. And it's printed on fabric before being like fit into the space. Which is this really lovely little coffee shop. You can see in the photos on it and we'll throw these up on the on the show notes for this there's it's right on this kind of corner building. that Sit on the landing ten street which sounds free english and and cute and so Well saint nine so put this on the list. Gotta check these. Gotta check these folks on and it is in Sixty seven southwark street in southeast london. Very very cool. The other folks. That are in a city that i've kind of had on the brain a little bit recently. Perhaps even unexpectedly had on the brain. A little bit recently is nashville tennessee. Which is home to the newest location of elixir. Coffee now elixir. Coffee is a brand that is very closely associated with the city of philadelphia. Which is where. Elixir is based and zachary unify Were at the philadelphia. I guess it was how long ago six years ago. Twelve years ago we were there in twenty eight thousand two thousand eighteen on our bookstore. We had a little book event there for book. The new rules of coffee. That elixir was very kind of hosted hoses at and it was a great time and now is opening their new cafe. And it's in nashville. It's really fun to take a look at some of this kind of stuff. They're working on some cool stuff at at. That elixir nashville. Which is sort of exactly how you would think if you'd followed brand. There are some super gorgeous -ly source impeccably kind of thought through and roasted single origin offerings. There's also stuff like a butter scotch. Pink pepper corn lot of heat. The talk about spicy coffee drink butterscotch pink pepper corn. That sounds really good. Yeah so check it out this space. Yeah it's beautiful beautiful. How they've kind of built this thing out. There's some like abstract lighting are and like a cute pink espresso machine and it's all just sort of really looks very sort of chic and and city and like how you would imagine a really great big city cafe which nashville will no shortage of amazing food and beverage offerings in nashville two and a thriving coffee scene and all the better now with with elixir added to the mix so now from london to nashville to birmingham alabama. Which is home to june roasters. Now this year's edition of the build outs of coffee. approached opening cycles opening dates with a big tent worldview. Because we weren't able to do this series in two thousand twenty and there's lots of people who were sort of like. Hey what if. We opened cafe not in the usual parameters and we said absolutely. We wanna feature as much stuff as we can come on in everybody's welcomed the water's fine. That said we still are featuring the traditional version of buildouts which is cafes that are actively under construction have not opened yet and so there's a mix of some cafes that are like open and ready to go like that elixir nashville is open. Saint nine is open. There's also cafes that are actively under construction and we we love that juxtaposition and this cafe in birmingham. They are building out. This roast works and coffee shop making progress towards twenty twenty one open and when we spoke to Jimmy chong from From from june they sort of talked us through this idea of being a small bats roost company but with a storefront. They've got an architect that they partnered with that architects worked previously on coffee shops including with saint frank in san francisco which is absolutely.

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"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"Because something i believe is that in can't create change until people actually even know what's happening and guatemala's practically our neighbor In a lot of people wouldn't even be able to find on a map just because we don't we don't learn that stuff Our country but for those who aren't familiar we have you know america texas mexico. Guatemala was the very next country. They're practically our neighbor and to become aware that this type of situation is occurring with people so close to us. I think is important and so with our coffee and with our mission we want to raise that awareness because once people know about these issues. I think it's much harder to to not want to do something whether that's you know donating directly whether that's going down there when it's safe to travel in serving Whether it's just being mindful with the choices that we make in every aspect of our lives realizing that we are all so connected. And i think the circumstances of the past year with pandemic if nothing else have brought that fact to the surface we've always been so connected but now you really see it you know we really see how connected the whole world is. I exactly and why it's important to pay a little bit more for great coffee. i yes. people don't understand. Hopefully they will through through this podcast and the means but going to the grocery store and buying a bag isn't necessarily helping to feed the children of coffee growers or the coffee growers. So it's important to pay more and you know that's part of our mission is to let people know of it. If you want good coffee you have to pay more. But that also goes to feed and house the farmers and their children exactly exactly and if you stop to think about it and again this is just an awareness. Thing but you know think about visualizing how many beans you grind in the morning to make that cup of coffee and then go backwards and say okay. Each of these beans is a seed from coffee. Cherry and each coffee cherry. While i should say to beans because it's halves. Each coffee cherry had to be picked guatemalan and in the case of our coffee and specialty coffee in general it's picked by hand and sorted and identified. They've don't pick the coffee cherries until they are the correct ripeness and bush doesn't just have all of its cherries become right but at the same time..

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"coffee" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

The Coffee Man Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"coffee" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

"Court someone for seven tasks. So I'm really looking forward. Reading it and Yeah. Connecting with you on that level trillion. All right. We'll see next Nixon thank you very much. On the next episode, we speak about to give everyone achieves more creating spice for cultivating team. Investing in the team to achieve great outcomes and the team coach being defined by the behaviors we reward. We also discussed the characteristics of high performing teams why it's important to I. Get on a bus, the importance of collaborative leadership and creating a culture where everyone is accountable for their actions. Thank you very much joining a conversation today on the coffee man podcast. We would love to hear you thought stories and questions. Please leave a comment on our. Social Media. And continue the conversation if you'd like to connect with Sasha and Craig on a deeper level, then please go. Sasha cystic. Dot Com to a U. Haul Craig John's dot com. Remember to subscribe. So you don't miss an episode. You would really appreciate it if you can leave a review on itunes or your favorite podcast, APP. Short chicken to the next episode of the Coffee Man podcast..

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"coffee" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

The Coffee Man Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"coffee" Discussed on The Coffee Man Podcast

"Why you're crazy enough to open the shop now conveyed to open this is so I think, let's just give them that experience that that man felt six years ago when he said that coffee shop chain in my life about coffee, and this alleges be here for community. Let's concentrate on quiz inside and a lot of coffee experts were saying that you know mobile really appreciates Bahia because they feel that we had great value to this already. Amazing. Siri, and that made me uncomfortable because can be leave up this expectations when you have dreams and then when the dreams happen survive, it's actually looked better than, but I expected for doing something just because tablet and it's not important for you to connect to. Follow. Your heart. In your passion, you drive your soul and concentrate what's inside a few robin tied to enrich people's lives on of this nineteen this game starting. And be getting beaten. Now, we need to start scoring goals because we're not GonNa win this match if we just keep playing defense. So we feel like the winning because we're doing greater value to our brand at least internally within a company the managed Bitcoin Nineteen Welcome to the coffee man podcast with world renowned Barista Olympian and successful businessman Sasha cystic. I'm Craig John's high-performance a leadership expert and host of the coffee man podcast. Sochaux not delve into a world of coffee at a will be on coffee as we on earth the inner workings of Ana Coffee and share with you the secrets behind making the perfect blend. We explore the dips of what denies required to lead high performing teams. Analyze. Innovation and nurture talent. So you can successfully shake businesses in teams of the future. It's now time for you to grab a cup of your favorite blend. Sit Back Relax and enjoy conversation with us on the coffee man podcast. Hi and welcome to episode four of the Coffee Man podcast. This is part of a four pack special miniseries on twenty twenty reset recharge and not in the previous episode, we discussed Shuman Connection Leadership Recovery Expressing without judgment and why twenty twenty is the experiment on. Human. Behavior. In this episode number four, we talk about the emotional roller coaster of opening on a Melvin during covid Nineteen Q. Writing an amazing experience. Concentrating on people on the inside. And allowing people to think of coffee in a completely different way. We also delve into living up to other people's expectations. Elevated Growth and EXCELLENCE TUNING DEFENSE INTO And enriching people's lives. Take a SIP Leinen and join us at the table for a great.

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"coffee" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"coffee" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"So once again. Why are we getting rid of this? In this type of timeframe, there were people that were part of the KKK it happened. It's a part of history. If you do timepiece like this and you want to advocate in. The single player, then leave it in a multi player or people just going to try to find a way of doing it. You're not gonNA stop you from doing something especially, if it's already part of the game, what I don't understand is why you spend so much time trying to get rid of it and to say look it. People are doing this oh well. Wondrous KKK. Oh well, we now know at least virtually. They're racist I guess they're just you either to oh well. Move on by game. You have to play that one Pacific game. If it doesn't feel right. I'm? Like I said before I'm all in favor of player choices that may not always be the right choices, but it's still a choice. So. Let's all in favor of this. Let's stop censoring the Games. All of a sudden because people's feelings get hurt. We don't need to do this anymore. We're all grown adults for the most part. Most gamers average between thirty five forty four, so we're all adults now. We probably should be acting like especially in our games and going well. There's something that I just don't like who cares. I'll play another game or we'll buy the game. There are few ways of going about this. One is not trying to get developers to censor their own games, which is the worst way of doing it and that leads to worse things. But what do you think? Do you think I'm way way? Way Off or you think I'm right about this and we should just leave it to players. Decide if they want to do it or not. Thank you for listening to Joe Coffee and as always I'm your host bread dice during you could please describe digital coffee on Apple PODCAST podcast by more job next week. Go through more gaming news. And actually a little bit. Guys have a good week. Stay safety next week later..

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"coffee" Discussed on Jes.t Coffee

Jes.t Coffee

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on Jes.t Coffee

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"coffee" Discussed on Jes.t Coffee

Jes.t Coffee

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on Jes.t Coffee

"One of the off ramps going home was blocked, so had opportunity to pass through downtown in. They couldn't avoiding passing downtown. Because of just motions that will come out. You see like the whole people walking around in like shopping the whole life buzzing around a pass it on. It will just still empty as hell. Is Hollick everybody today is like all like gotta wear Umass, and if it was like afraid, a like I feel like he was been living like that this whole. What the right thing to say look! No wonder. The black may distrust. Police is a never ending cycle of like revolving doors for example that Amy Cooper later. WHO's walking their dogs for those people who do not know what you should because it was out there like corona, you had this woman who kind of felt threatened. She was at Central Park and she was walking dog without a leash, and a person of color told her. Hey. You should dog ish. Woman got rated because someone of color ads for just to alleged on her dog. Area was for bird watching. You know so. That was a role for people with dogs. Goal Nets have leash. Woman calls local authority with the perception in a clear instinct. between bought person police. She used a tool that many of us read about, but not like actually like seen in person, but do you think like with cameras like All that Shit? We have now you think people will see it more often, but the fact that this was road type of thing. It was kind of super clear as water. I feel that. She says she have the opportunity of just all. Yeah, this person's black. Any told me to put a dot at least on my dog. I feel threaten seriously during the person entitled to put a Leash Dog late. What's wrong with that? Good thing about about that lady had she had a deal with her chatty deal with the consequences, fat Shasha job and she lost all. Under the stigma that comes along down in history of America is that there is this planted idea that black people are bad people coach unquote lock people were slaves, so you say the Irish and the Italians are slaves as well true..

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"coffee" Discussed on Jes.t Coffee

Jes.t Coffee

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on Jes.t Coffee

"Is my audio coffee table. Grab your malic at yourself, Giaga are. Cafe. Let's Converse Express some ideas. Or are not live could be better. Or like. Straight up reading ladies created so many fibers simone it. One I kind of went back on word. They're keeping up with things that are new and sticking with it at a few things going on so and I was being lazy as well, but how is he? That can be nowadays. Things are new in my life I got cat. Offend anybody to know. His name is lecture lecture. What is that for? My here, meowing here and there. Including this in my room I finally got a market phone recording everything on my phone. I'm still working. Thank God! You know I've just been going to work while grocery store. That's it. I have been. Forget my Mascara in there, but you know I cover my note as well because I think people just covering their mouth. I'm just like come on. Dude. What's what's Deleo I went to Arizona therefore minute for a couple days to visit family stated at mom's house soccer friends. It was Kinda. Kinda creepy coming, come back home, though it was little little uncomfortable I would say policy wants to visit me after this Putt on my way back from Arizona to Portland airplane was was pretty correct was pretty everyone have where the mass? But like my last episode was Joey explained how the awful trade is always just like doesn't stay in their. You know filters through. Let's just get to the nitty gritty year is I am here today to just kind of put my. Strong bitter truth in my thoughts about what's going on with the protests sent how I'm Kinda like stuck in between the whole situation. I just feel I. Don't feel like it's just like a police issue like I think just in general race issue in society that gets. kind of like projected onto cops because they're the ones who suppose to protect four us. But somehow I feel like as a society. We need to improve as well on how to deal with the social problem with with race. I feel like it's not just a policing thing. Just Philip there just needs to be a better founded foundation of humanity. People say Oh, Bill what about what about lives matter well, you kind of disregarding the the whole definition of black lives. Lives matter if all is matter than black lives matter, it would never existed you.

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"coffee" Discussed on Coffee Sprudgecast

Coffee Sprudgecast

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on Coffee Sprudgecast

"Dot com. Also if you're just hanging out on the main page of through Nice Click on the top of the page. It'll take you right there. Hyperlink that's right a hyperlink and yeah you know. I don't know it's It's cool to be sitting here thinking about this. In some ways it feels a little surreal that it came out because because it's out and I don't know sometimes we have projects that we're working on that we've been working on for years and then they come out and sometimes there's projects that like an idea comes from an idea and then it's time to go and then it gets ready to go at. It goes and this was a little bit more like that We as any reasonable person would have been watching the like the struggle on the difficulty of businesses impacted by krona virus. Lots of kinds of businesses. You know Cafes and rosaries but also things like you know the restaurants that we love and all the different kinds of stuff and it really breaks your heart But if there's anything that we can do to try to help with some of this kind of stuff you know Hopefully this is one of those kinds of small ways that we can try to help a little bit because it's a resource for cafe owners to use update your staff tell people what you have going on and then be able to. Kinda share it and broadcast it out. Check us out if you own a cafe sign up. It's free love to have you and if you have a favorite cafe that's not on the maps yet. Tell your buddy who owns the place or The your friends who work there or whatever about sponge maps and We'd love to have to be part of it with us and we appreciate it. That SPREADS MAPS DOT COM. Thanks so much. I want to talk about our new podcast network. So we are. Podcast is GonNa talk about podcasts. Well I wanna give this opportunity For subscribers and listeners of the coffee spread cats to get a sneak peek an a moose Bush. Yeah of our new programs. That's great And I I want to talk about seed to cut. Oh because in the first episode of CD Cup hosted by you sir. Jordan Michael you interview Erica. Escalante of Cafe Reno Catharina formerly the Arrow Coffee House. I just WanNa say I personally visited Catharina and I purchased Take and bake cinnamon rolls and I put it up on instagram. Yeah I'll put a link on the Suad cast but I- door a good cinnamon roll. It's your favorite pastry. I think yes hands down through February without question my favorite pastry and I have to tell you the cinnamon roll taken. Bake situation at cafe. Rain is as a cinnamon roll fanatic. It's truly outstanding. It's legit it's legit. That's exciting and you interviewed. Eric Galante the owner Baker Be Shop Yeah. Yeah we're star. We talked about baking stuff for sure But we talked about a lot of different kinds of things to see to cop. There's a bunch of these different kinds of shows out there that are may be Hosted by Comedians or hosted by sort of pop culture figures or NPR journalists or whatever But that are like life story shows that are like away to talk about the thing that somebody's famous for or the thing that somebody does. That's really interesting but also to talk about like where they grew up now. They grew up. And how that informs what they do professionally and I. I am really fascinated by that and I. That's GonNa be the thing with the show is going to be able to tell you know. Not just the story of what brands are doing now to talk to people about how they fell in love with coffee And the bigger sort of stories of how coffee is intertwined with their lives in meaningful ways. I know that's something that I relate to really Strongly and it's something that I love to Kinda hear other people's journeys on so To that seat copper host at once a month It's just it's a long form chat with me and somebody who does something really interesting and coffee. There's GonNa be a focus on founders entrepreneurs but also people who are in really interesting executive roles and companies leadership roles and companies From all over the world from all different backgrounds and all different kinds of perspectives. On the coffee chain and and inputs on how coffee comes to intertwined with human life around the world Do you WANNA play a clip. You'RE GONNA be able to do little little clip. We're GONNA play a clip from the very first episode of seed to cup. Talk to me a little bit for business or capitales. What has your last month man. The last month has been just a roller coaster of emotions and just It it is. Yeah it has been the hardest thing. I think I've face as a business owner but since I've been doing this for seven years now I just feel prepared for this like I feel like my business owning journey a when I was so young and so it was really really hard because I was so. I've struggled through sales last I've struggled through Getting by financially have struggled through all that kind of stuff so for me at this hit and immediately I just felt something. Come out of me of just like I'm ready and prepared and we're going to do and which is but also terrified right only like am I doing the right thing am I. Should I be closing am. Ibm To entrepreneurial that was the clip from seed to cup. Listen to the whole episode. Cd Cup is available on Apple. Podcasts spotify Stitcher. Google play and Right here on speech dot com the next episode. I I can give this away because it'll be out in the next week or two I it and it's it's awesome Is An interview with Helen. Russell and Brooke McDonnell. Who are the founders of Equator coffees in in the bay area and their stories really fascinating. It's a coffee story. It's also love story and It's one of my favorite interviews. I've ever done podcast or otherwise. I can't wait for people to get to hear it so we're just getting started with the seats. And I'm it's such a fun thing to get to work on all the time. See DECAF is such. A great show we want. Thank you for being a sponsor of CD Cup. Thanks and it's a the response has been so great Actually booking out guests for the second season yeah I just got that I just got that note And that's really cool you know. I'm in research now for the next show. That'll come out in June and that's kind of how we're doing it. We're taking a guest at a time on the research side but yet the response people who want to be on the show has been really popular an overwhelming. And that's part of the fun to yeah got a bunch of cool shows coming up in it's sort of. It's normal this of part of my job. Now get to do these cool interviews. It's really fun. What a treasure. I want to talk about our second. Show that debuted. It has called no free refills refill. It'll make you laugh. It'll make you think it's hosted by as Baker and to Michael Lawrence. Who are both based in New York City? They are longtime convert professionals Really EPA top of their fields but they are also two of the most fluent knowledgeable and opinionated reality television watchers that you will find on this planet and what this show. Is that get together over Beautiful Cup of coffee and they talk and talk and talk and revel in the mass relive their favorite moments. They highlight the stuff that they think is the funniest and the cools in the weirdest from these shows. The first episode they did was all about ninety day fiance which blew my mind on the next episode. They're gonNA do is going to be all about. Love is blind but let's listen to an excerpt from the first show. What are we talking about today to me? Today we are talking about ninety day fiance. Oh goodness so if you know me you know I am. Obsessed with ninety day fiance I actually got into United Fiance because I have my own Yonsei. Who was actually my husband. What is the show ninety days? Say What is it.

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"coffee" Discussed on Coffee Sprudgecast

Coffee Sprudgecast

10:49 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on Coffee Sprudgecast

"Hosted by Jordan and Zachary the founders of Raj. We're thrilled to be here with you today. Talking a little bit about some of the stuff that we have gone on coming up as our wont here on the Program But Austin. Talk about some of the stuff we've had gone on the websites over the last week or two and just check him and say. Hey we hope you're doing good and hanging in there it's been A. It's been a weird chunk of time or whatever but We're here together listening to the show and we sure appreciate having your ears. We appreciate all of your calls to our hotline one. Eight eight five five spread and we of course appreciate your eyeballs clicky fingers on our content that we publish on SPREADS DOT COM. Also the work that we're doing on instagram social media all the rest of it where we're at spreads so it's great to be here with you today. We're drinking a little coffee And it's a delicious new copy just showed up here to spread. Hq IN PORTLAND. Oregon all the way from Memphis to collaboration between the brands. Ethnos coffee and coffee. Black coffee with an axe see X. F. F. E. E. B. L. A. C. K. This coffee is called Buji main which is a play on words. Gucci is one of the prized coffee growing regions in Ethiopia G. You J. I And the delightful pun there is reference to American hip hop recording artist artist main is Gucci as in the designer handbag so Gucci Gucci Gucci Gucci Ethnos and Coffee Black Teamed Up to roast this it is a lovely representation of floral delicious. Easy Drink Ethiopian. Coffee no need to add touch of sugar cream or anything else to it and we drink it here at the start of the show on a s bro Press. We had it through a little French. Press states pretty. Good Zachary. What do you think? How's this hitting you this coffee today? I couldn't I couldn't agree more with your assessment of the flavor. What was that noise? I said ooh always took. It tasted good. That's all I had. I had no. I had like a stimulus response. I took another sip of the Koppen. Coffee was it's cooled just a little bit insisting to issues yeah. I am delighted that we're drinking out of an ASPRO press. I make connects at home every day and I love. There's something really nice about the full immersion. I thought I'd share a little bit more about the artist Gucci Mane for those who are unfamiliar. His independent debut album was released in two thousand five entitled Trap House which featured the single icy with an appearance by the artist. Young Jesse would later go on to score some early hits including the official Remix of ludicrous and Little Kim's freaky girl He later featured on remix his for a boom boom POW by the black-eyed peas and then went on to have a really big time. Success later on with singles like Gucci time produced by the famed Recording duo Swiss beats and A bunch more hits. He's he's giant giant very very famous artist and he's been attributed here in coffee form with the Gucci Gucci Mane. I wonder if he's heard about this yet or had a chance to try it. I would be really curious to know well after this podcast episode airs ensure. He'll listen to you think he's good. She's listening to the coffee spread. Cast I hope so I hope so I I am drinking coffee with a sweet treat I wanted to share It's a a stroke awful. Oh Yeah I pronounce it stroup awful but I guess that's not accurate It's it's a little company called Rip Van Waffles. You're we are longtime friends with rip. We've we've been following rips work for many years. I wants to D- jade a like out of the television show. Silicon Valley like mixer that rip and a couple of other coffee companies in the bay. Area hosted like twenty thirteen. That's right it was called Mandela was called Mangala. I was the only. Dj didn't play dub step and the other DJ's looked at me weird for not playing upstate because soda the people sort of people. You're not you're not wrong about but this. This is a new product from rip Van Waffle Honey notes flavored only three grams of sugar and For people who are familiar with the Strip waffle it is it means Syrup waffle. It is all sugar. But somehow they've figured out how to make it a less sugar forward which I appreciate because I think I think Almost pastries too sweet for my tastes back to Gucci me in in A December of two thousand sixteen. He released a record called the return of east Atlanta. Santa which I think maybe is a hip hop Christmas record which sounds really great Unclear if this is actually a Christmas album or not. Or if it's just a coincidence but We've been enjoying this coffee in part of the fun getting a chance to drink it. Is that the The one of the folks involved in it through that brand coffee plaque is Berthiamue Jones who is a member of the newly announced spread? Twenty class of Twenty Twenty We're really excited about this. This is something that Gosh we were working on before all the funniness happened. And then Had a chance to figure our way through a little bit more while it was all going on and and reach out to folks and see what they needed and make sure everybody's still felt okay and And keep on working on it and You know it turned out that at the end of all of it people still really wanted the twenty go forward and so did we and And Soda Our beloved partners at a Pacific foods a Barista series. We worked with all this stuff They've been incredible supporters of the project from the very beginning. This is our second year of it. We had a chance to announce that class the spreadsheet twenty for twenty twenty Just a few weeks ago. And now we're into running some interviews around that we've run a few already including an interview on Lonzo Williams out of Los Angeles and an interview with Oliver Storm Shack of Olympia Coffee Roasting company out of Olympia Washington. A folks following spreading the website Check back with us. We're going to have a couple of these interviews airing every week on the site for the next few for the next few months as we work away through all these stories and get a chance to more about who this brush twenty. Are you know we're really excited about it? Really proud of it but it's one of the few things that we've been working on behind the scenes here at spread over the last couple of weeks and months and another one of those projects also rolled out earlier this week. Zachary you've done a ton of work on this on this endeavor and And I'm really proud of how it's turned out. It's it's one of the coolest things you've ever worked on For us for sprouts and it's just getting started. Tell us a little bit more. What's going on with this new project that we're talking about. We're talking about SPREADS MAPS SPREADS MAPS DOT COM spreads. Maps is a new website a directory of cafes a a place that you can find a local shop in your neighborhood find out its current operating hours operating procedures during this difficult time. Now why is it? My Cafe automatically listed for me. How dare you? I'm sorry my cafe? Why wasn't I went and looked at? I didn't see it there. How do I get it listed? I do you have a cafe. I'm being rhetorical. I'm doing the INSTAGRAM CON. Thing that people do when they don't actually know I say I see Spreads MAPS is. If you own a cafe you can sign up to scratch maps. You can list your cafe for free. Wow this is uh made possible through direct support through Soco and Pacific breeze to series. Wow we currently have. It hasn't been up for more than forty eight hours of recording this and we have over two hundred. Cafes on the map is amazing. This is a soft launch We haven't we haven't aggressively gone after cafes. Yuck them listed public Beta. This is a public Beta. This these are cafes that read us the Support us were so grateful that they've taken the time to add their cafes. Some of these cafes looked so beautiful. That's true That's perennially some of the coolest stuff that we write about in feature. We'll content stream on bridges cafes now I I what about Australia's Hate Australia. Weren't there any struggling cafes. Well like I said this is only been up for not even forty eight hours. I do have on good authority. That on a number of Australian cafes are submitting. Were good on you and just check back in and maybe a week. He'll we'll see maybe we're hoping to get about two thousand cafes by the end of next week so to be clear splurge does not hate Australia. I absolutely not Australia's country. It's a what a wonderful place But the maps thing it keeps growing. We're adding more stuff to it. It's so cool to see all the stuff come in and Yeah you know I mean I think the idea behind. It is sort of that All over the world there are different. Phases of life sort of reopening from New York City just announced that the pause the New York pause will continue through mid June but in other parts of the world like in New Zealand. They've had no new reported cases of Kovic for you know a week. So they're starting to cautiously reopen a few things that hospitality and kind of in between That and the idea behind maps is that once you sign up for it you can update your count as often as you live your hours change if you're protocol changes if you'd like to have your website listed or you'd like to have your social media listed you can do all of that within your account on it and it's free and it's sort of gets to become part of the bigger eco-system of what we do on spreads so if you want to check that out and you should go to spreads maps.

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"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"Good morning good afternoon good evening. Good night wounded snow. Just point is Tartus and when I get to heaven I'm GonNa Shake God's hand. Thank him for more blessings than one man can stand. Then I'm going to get a guitar and start a rock and roll band check into a swell hotel. Ain't the afterlife grand. Here's to you. John John Prime who passed away this week from the Kovic. This week we travel up the coast to Tacoma Washington specifically the proctor. Tacoma neighborhood where there is another great coffee store. This time in a group of coffee stores called Olympia coffee or Olympia Coffee roasters. This is a company that started in a warehouse in two thousand and five and has grown six stores in the Washington area thing I liked about Olympia. Coffee roasters when we first up through the doors was the clean white lines. This is a very contemporary shop with tables stretched out the full link in the shop in front of the huge windows. This is a neighborhood coffee store if ever there was one. But it's part of a larger group. The Olympia Coffee Roasters. When you step in the door to your media left I in. You're going to see is the cupping area and behind that the dietrich this is their professional grade roasting machine. And if you're lucky enough you'll be able to watch them. Roasting means a cupping was in progress while we were there. It is very much like wine tasting as once again. We found out if you go to the web page. You're gonNA find all the copies that you can order online. They have one. Coffee in particular is called the tip jar. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit the employees. Their website says they're sold out. However if you'd like to support the team. They are continuing to accept donations. Their coffee is truly uniquely Dope.

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"coffee" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"Drink. You don't hit that rock bottom low. That energy drinks actually provide you. I've had a few of them in my younger years. I don't have a lot of them but when I actually need them and had no choice. I went to them regretting it fully but when you drink energy drinks you always get that. Really bad brash. The end where you want to take a nap or at least that's what I experience with. Colbert coffee you actual experience. That will naturally take you off so you won't get those crashes that you've seen those a lot of ways of actually brewing it. There's actually good ways of doing it. Through Amazon I get kind of these. Plastic pitchers and there is a steel like a plastic mesh filter on it. You put your coffee in there. You put your water in their grinded up. You put in the fridge leaving there for a day or so to get it to dissipate. And then you get that really. Big boost of coffee booster flavored to the only best way of getting the best flavor out are probably do this in my next episode is actually do pour over system. I should probably actually do a video on that on my newly changed weighing that it'd be doing things but like I said before springs coming. You want a cold drink. You still want coffee. You don't want to have to use Ice Cobra and it gives you a lot of energy or at least a lot of convene that will eventually. It's eulogy or wake you up. Which usually just wake me up anyways. Now be talking to guys about a name change. I've been thinking about for awhile. I like to drill coffee. I still like the name but I just think it doesn't really serve the purpose that I wanted to and I can make more of Unbrella type name Jill coffee and then he can do whatever I want with it when I was thinking about this thinking about. Okay now a guy named change. That's the hardest part. How do you name something? It's going to be just as good as this name. Some unless you guys decide. I guess I leave a comment in the show or on social media at Tudor on digital coffee with one e because someone stole it same thing with instagram and same thing with facebook only actually have a few names right now. One is called. Gamers cafe which I use originally when I I was doing this and doing different pre different episodes but it doesn't really kinda messed with it. A must thinking about the gaming. Pumice sewer cannot bridging the whole gaming and being very I guess. Hoity-toity are wanting to see the best at a games and kind of just sipping on and be like This doesn't taste very good for the stays. Okay could use a little bit more flavor on lines of that colleague this going with it just because it's still just me doing it. It still sounds like a very solo podcast which I'm actually been doing for quite a while and it kinda still has that contoured of wanting the best or sometimes being obnoxious about wanting the best out of gaming pc gaming specifically but what let me know let me know. What's you like or if you actually have a name for me as well please let me know in the comments blow and please subscribe digital coffee on our podcast? Cool podcast spotify and more. Thank you for tuning in to digital coffee and has always play gaming. Be Safe and see you guys. Next week I'll be talking about more. Pc Gaming News that you need to know all right guys have a good week and once again be safe litter..

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"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"And coating. I'm pretty sure so like computer. Coding Yeah Okay and resent stolen language learning. Yes and are you doing any of those now and or would you like to do some of those? I'd like to do the code. The computer coding. I currently am not GonNa do the language and as far as here in deep obey. How do you like living here depot based so you lived in a couple of spots now? And what's what's the favorite spot that you have that you've lived in. And what's the best part about limiting depot bay and the best part So of course my favorite place to live isn't depot bay. I get to see a lot of people in. It's really. It's really fun being able to walk down to the beach and other things. Do you ever help out here in the in the coffee store. Do you ever have to do anything? I help out all the time. Tell me about that. What do you do here? So basically the child labor laws are not enforced. Here's what you're telling me now. Let's not diets I do it op. Optionally off whenever I want to earn money. Oh so you do get reimbursed for your work. Yes I do I see. And what exactly would you be doing here? At the Pirate Coffee Co. bagging Schilling helping out customers making their drinks. So you'll make coffee as well. Yeah Okay you are now officially the youngest Barista we have ever interviewed so as a as a Barista there. Is there anything that you like to make? While I've made some of the drinks on the menu really yes. What's your favorite one that you've made off the menu? The nutty are and what is that it has Carmel Macadamia.

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"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"Get a great cup of coffee but you can stop and watch some Wales. That's a wonderful whale-watching spot. What is the DYSLEXIC? Pirates SAFE right. And now the travelogue. This delightful town on the Oregon coast is home to about fourteen hundred people and for coffee enthusiasts Pirate Coffee Company not only does deep obey bear the distinction of having the world's smallest navigable harbor it is also the whale watching capital of the Oregon coast take a deep breath. Inhale the ocean breeze and enjoy everything. This quite picturesque town s to offer the eyepopping natural landscapes rocky cliffs beaches and lighthouses. Some of the best views of the Oregon coast can be seen right in deep. Obey if you are a day hiker or enjoy the challenge of a more serious hike. This breathtaking coastal beauty has over twenty six miles of trails. That slice through the CY use law national forest some of the landmarks. You will encounter our doors. Well Devil's churn. Spouting Horn and CAPE COVE DO NOT SPOUTING. Horn is a depot only Oregon town with one. We saw it was coming out of the rocks. It came shooting out of the rocks while we were standing there. You're right often. It Fire Sea water into the.

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"coffee" Discussed on Coffee Sprudgecast

Coffee Sprudgecast

11:26 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on Coffee Sprudgecast

"Ordering sucks it's tedious. Thankless hard to get right and impossible to measure deco can help deco puts your po estate at work using a I to make predictions about future sales and then actually placing those orders on your behalf. Adecco takes into account things like pass cells whether in local events to gain multifaceted impression of your business. So you always have the right amount of inventory on hand all without any work from you. Cafes that work with Adecco pain-free work free perfect inventory while cutting waste and saving their team's time meet. Oh Deco and say hello to perfect inventory. Check THEM OUT. At Dot Com. Backslash spreads for a two-month truck. You're listening to the coffee. Spread cast my name is accurate Carlson. I'm Jordan Michael. Worth thrilled thrilled to be here with you. In twenty twenty twenty twenty vision and we're kicking this year show off with the announcement of the winners and honoring 's of the eleventh annual splurgy awards presented by Pacific Barista series thanks to the tens of thousands of voters who helped make this the biggest voting field and spread cheese history. You weren't kidding. We saw votes coming in fast and furious from Mir m far Zachary honorees came in from a slate of categories had eight nominees per it was twelve categories total and today. We're going to run down the winners. We're also going to run down. We don't call them up for second place. We say honoree nuts right. It's an honor to be an honoree. So let's find out who the winners are showy up I. In the category of notable roaster be winner is onyx coffee lab of Rogers Arkansas. The honoree is Dune coffee from Santa Barbara California. And of course our finalists. This year in cleared include Dear Green Coffee Roasters of Glasgow. Scotland mother-tongue Coffee Roasters of Oakland. California Olah coffee from Madrid Spain. The yes please. Weekly of Los Angeles California Market Lane from Melbourne Australia and Dita Artesian of Florence. The winner of best new cafe this year. His substance cafe out of Paris. The honorees formative coffee of London. Finalists include Intelligencia coffee of Austin Canary. Coffee Bar Milwaukee the coffee movement and San Francisco prototype coffee in Vancouver British. Columbia wrecking ball coffee in Berkeley California and the Crown Royal Coffee Lab and Tasting Room in Oakland was our first ever winner from Paris. So congratulations substance cafe in Paris. We know they shared and campaigned extensively with their customers with their readers with their fans Across languages and and reaching as wide as they could and it really showed up in the boat so -gratulations substance cafe I gotTa tell you that's on the top of my list next time I'm Within an hour and these mode of having a coffee at that spot can't wait to go big day for them. They've only been open since October. Yeah that's incredible so But people are freaking out about how. Nice it looks. Incredible in the photos to so Listen this isn't the Jordan Zachary Awards. We never been there before. But I can't wait to go and seriously I'm like trying to plot out some some Paris time for this like specifically FM so Kuku. Hey next up is sustainable cafe In the winter is three f. e. of Dublin Ireland honoree is counter culture coffee training centers throughout the states. The finalists in this category were oddly correct of Kansas Kansas City Missouri. Isla coffee of Berlin bar nine of Los Angeles Miss Margaret from Preston Victoria in Australia horizon. Line coffee of Demoines Iowa and criminal coffee of Nashville the winner of the best new product this year. Salama Coco's K B Ninety Espresso machine. Yes -gratulations Salama Soco winners of the best new product for the KB. Ninety the honoree this year is Arrow prisco by Arrow press finalists include Carter everywhere bogged by fellow products. Franklin brewer a Kaya Pearl s San remo brave willful uniform grinder and the Ember Mug to the next category for coffee video or film. He begged you not to vote for him and yet you did. The winner is James Hoffman on Youtube. The honoree this year is Chris. Baca on Youtube finalists include SEATTLE COFFEE GEARS FOR YOUTUBE. Breaking the crust by sometime coffee wax and gold by some town coffee coffee farmers hopeful for their dying crops which appeared on National Geographic and coffee from shop a pop opera by Jack stabber originally appearing on adult swim. Okay up next best coffee writing. The winner is Meko Motoyoshi for the at wasting coffee guide to not wasting coffee. The honoree is anonymous. Vancouver Coffee Snob. Additionally there were finalists this year and they included Amanda Mo for the rise of coffee shaming originally appearing in the Atlantic. Jonathan Gonyea for Coffee Ad Astra Ariel Rebecca Gordon for Trans and caffeinated Brian Williams for Brian's coffee spot RJ. Joseph. For the knock box. And Ashley Rodriguez for boss. Barista the winner of notable coffee producer. This year is one Penna of Hacienda. La Papaya from Ecuador. The honoree is deeming. Chavez of Honduras and finalists include resolve winters to via of Mexico Lapoma E. L. to can in Columbia belong miles coffee project of Burundi. Tesfaye mckelway in Ethiopia ver- Halina Perdomo in Columbia and Don Fabio Caballero in Honduras the winner of Best Coffee Magazine. This year is standard from Slovakia. Honoree this year is Roast magazine published in the United States. Finalists include twenty-five magazine in the US. Coffee People Zine of the US Solo magazine from Spain the Coffee Magazine from South Africa Drift. Out of the US and REVISTA Espresso from Brazil. The winner in the category of best design packaging is the coffee. Collective of Copenhagen Denmark. Honoree is hard beans. Coffee roasters from Poland. The finalists include the Camber Coffee Artists Series Camera. Coffee Hailing from Bellingham Washington. Fjord coffee roasters of Berlin intelligence. He coffee based in Chicago Illinois. Joe Coffee based in New York City New York tailor-made coffee of Oslo and the Yes please weekly out of Los Angeles Best Coffee. Podcast in twenty nine teen is cat and cloud the honoree for best coffee. Podcast in two thousand nineteen is boss. Barista finalists include sorceress. Keys to the shop. La Crema podcast. Decaf EH craft your own coffee. Podcast filter stories the Specialty Coffee Association. Podcast the winner for best social media in two thousand nineteen is fifty percent Arabica. Honoree fellow products finalists. Include Dayglo Coffee Adam Jackson Bays twitter account which is at Dietrich at wasting coffee on instagram. At get you some gear on instagram. Christopher Nice lease at Nicely. Eighty five on instagram beautiful and at. Shit from my kitchen also on. It's beautiful another now. Here's the big one. The Big One outstanding achievement in the field of excellence sealed effects. That's right that's fool babe category. I will fight you forever that it'll never change at Sonic Stephen in the field of excellence. This year's winner is chew on June. The two thousand nine hundred ninety World Barista champion and a huge congratulations from everybody at spreads vote's poured in In this category from all over the world and we're thrilled at this year's winner that's very very exciting. So congratulations on anybody who watched Julian June's twenty nineteen World Barista champion of routine Kennedy it was a incredible landmark moment. One of the most professional passionate informative just molecular Lee kind of perfect fifteen minute. Brita competition routines that you will ever see and for it. Our readers have honored her with the twenty thousand nine outstanding achievement. In the field of excellence. Sprecher so congratulations from everybody at spread. Congratulations to the honoree. Coffee at large are finalists in the category this year included Alex Wong of the disability disability project Chris. Macaulay of gets you some gear. Peter Giuliano of the Coffee Science Foundation and Specialty Coffee Association t Ben Fisher of glitter cat. Barista boot Camp Virginia Bauman of cuties and go get them tiger and Margaret Neom. Mambo of eighteen ninety three huge. Congratulations to all the finalists. In this every category to our honoring us into the winners have everyone at spread. The eleventh annual spiritual words are presented by the Pacific Rhesus series. It's become our longest running and most beloved tradition here at the spreads media network and every year we look forward to it and this year did not disappoint. We WanNA thank Pacific Burris to series for presenting the eleventh annual Spreadshee- awards. There's sponsorship was huge. They make it so you know all the voting all nominations all the presentation of the stuff all happens free and open to the public and that is with Pacific support to everybody on team. Pacific's specifically Pacific but to Nathaniel and DAB. You really really appreciate all their support For the work that you do so thanks so much. That's our strategies will be back again You know in another week or so with another regularly scheduled. Hafi spreads cast and lots more Spreads podcast stuff. We're like chomping at the bits. Be Able to tell you more about some of the stuff that we have bubble went up. So if you like our podcasts. Were Beckham keeps you lots more of them to light so stay tuned. We're really excited Today we are podcasting from Portland Oregon but no matter where we are You're always podcasting freak..

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"coffee" Discussed on Digital Coffee

Digital Coffee

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on Digital Coffee

"Welcome to a new episode of Joe Coffee. We've got some great things going on in the gaming industry for this week and break it down into giving updates. New Games aims new software updates and then the biggest thing the epic farce why PC world and epic get it wrong about the gaming industry history specifically the PC gaming industry interesting article that is lacking facts but thinks that epoch is actually winning whatever battle. They think they're winning. It should be fun. Should be interesting. But let's Hebron that's good all right guys thank you for tuning.

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"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"coffee" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"Well gentlemen. Thank you very much for this interview this morning. Hopefully you enjoyed yourselves selves and enjoy memorial day okay. Thank you thank you. Our next guest is sam. Can you be a barista grow coffee country and not really like coffee and why how exactly do you define latch in us. And how do you get to be seventy eight chopping down a banana tree and what exactly does that have to do with fallen in community our we are at coffey or coffee klatch based on who you talk to in my next guest his sam and sam. I'm wondering if you could tell me. How long have you been with. I've been with clutch for about a year and two months now and if you're looking at cloud cheers which travels a lot faster acid and regular time maybe about three or four years klatch years now. That's a new one to me so yeah what is the equivalent of klatch ears so our mathematical. The medical equation is half dodgers out a few of you and that's how we got it. <hes> it's a secret formula so tell me if you could of your association with coffee first of all in did you start drinking coffee and has your tastes changed over. The years started drinking coffee because i grew up in indonesia nesia. Actually i was born there and so with the in minders just oughta coffee farms all around us and so we're in indonesia i was actually in java and so there's a lot of a lot of coffee and they're going on but then over there just because i think domestic production goes out to export instead of internal us so i guess the powder kinds so you live in a coffee country and yet you're getting bad cau- yet that is until recently a not until i went to ireland orland where they started drinking heavily black t. black coffee especially hot drinks just because it's really cold and it's very cloudy and when i came back to the u._s. after studying there i like the coffee vibe over there and i looked around coffee shops around here and that's how i ended up at clutch and the coffee world sam. I'm wondering if you could tell me a little bit about your college <hes> history and then also about your life currently and where you see yourself in twenty years all right so i'm guessing we have like twenty twenty minutes for this or no. I'll try to keep it brief at the same so <hes> ever since those always fun it will not only love but ties with sports and movements and all these things so when i got to college i decided to study kinesiology so movements and things out follow and then and.

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