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THOUGHTS FROM WANDER COFFEE

February 2, 2017

I once worked with a very passionate barista who had a tattoo of an espresso portafilter with the words “death to decaf” inked underneath. I thought it was pretty funny, especially because I had always seen decaf as pointless and inferior to regular coffee. Over time, however, my opinions changed.

When my wife--who loves coffee--was pregnant with our first child, she constantly craved soy lattes bu...

December 7, 2016

THE IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE

As time goes on, the impacts of climate change become more and more real. There has been much debate over the true reality of climate change, but it’s hard to deny that our climate is getting warmer; the effects can be seen in many different geographic areas around the world. Spending my days working intimately with coffee, I have become extremely interested in how the...

November 27, 2016

I have come to believe that coffee is more than just brown water with the purpose of a caffeine boost. Coffee can evoke emotion based on what we are doing and where we are. It can be a source of comfort at home. It can be social at the office during break time. Really, it can be a commonality that people share everywhere.

Being a coffee roaster, I have had the chance to enjoy drinking coffee in a v...

November 20, 2016

As we approach the holidays, I’m reminded of all the classic and comforting things that come with this time of year. No matter what or how we celebrate, it seems this season gives all of us greater opportunities to spend time with family, enjoy delicious food, and experience the changing weather outside. It’s true that as the days start getting colder we are often forced indoors. Nevertheless, I t...

November 3, 2016

As I journey deeper into the world of coffee, I find myself spending more and more time thinking about the farm workers at the beginning of the supply chain--those workers who painstakingly pick each coffee cherry, from sunrise to sunset. On the coffee tree, a single vine can contain under-ripe, overripe, and ripe cherries. In order to be considered “specialty-grade,” the ripe cherries must be pic...

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