A brief look at the processes, both mental and practical, of Luke Milbourn's approach to speciality Coffee.
Bryan Kegley has been making a living pouring water over coffee grounds and helping others to pour water over coffee grounds. His journey in the world of coffee has been an uphill climb of coffee consumption in a lot of weird ways and for probably stranger reasons.
"Presentation of the Day" on December 22, 2014.
Keelan Lyons is a coffee aficionado and brings us something of the history of the rise of the specialty coffee industry here in Atlanta and abroad.
Rich Siri is a philanthropist/entrepreneur working through the coffee supply chain world wide. His PechaKucha "Infusco Coffee Roasters" tells his story of launching a small coffee production company in Sawyer Michigan that led him to coffee growers in Africa and Central America to find sustainable agriculture.
Peter Harris was so great at Vol. 16 of the London PechaKucha series that we had to have him back for more!
Peter really wowed the crowd at Vol. 17 of the London series "Something's Brewing" in November 2017.
Peter had the audience in stitches of laughter as he took them through his magical creative journey that took him to the London Coffee Festival 2016, where his Steampunk coffee was much celebrated and was voted the most innovative product!
After becoming one of the best baristas in Poland, Michał Piętak, owner of the Parzymy Tutaj cafeteria, joined to PechaKucha Bydgoszcz to finally let us all know the difference between a perfectly roasted coffee and a terrible one. Join us in this wonderful journey to the heart of the most magical fruit in the world!