Posted Fri Feb 20, 2004, 8:02am Subject: Re: What Barista Jams Are Made Of, Professionally Speaking
Just in case anyone is interested, There are monthly barrista jams in Kansas City at the Roasterie. I don't know the exact dates or time, because I am not involved with it. I know Sandy Hon is involved with it, but I don't know her user name on the CoffeeGeek forums.
pstar Senior Member Joined: 22 May 2004 Posts: 16 Location: Washington DC Expertise: I love coffee
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Posted Sun May 23, 2004, 8:07am Subject: Re: What Barista Jams Are Made Of, Professionally Speaking
This Barista Jam sounds great! I hope it spreads across the the country, if it hasn't already. Too often I've visited a local cafe or retail coffee chain that claims it serves great coffee/espresso with unique/expensive blends, yet the barista lacks passion and pulls a poor shot or the drip is cold. It's about time coffee enthusiasts celebrate the BARISTI on top of there game. Props to all!
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