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Roasting The World….9 lbs At A Time

MADE Hotel’s Paper Coffee still believes in the timeworn tradition of pairing a cup of coffee and a newspaper. It’s name, says MADE’s food and beverage lead, Charles Seich,...

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Bodega Wine Bar has been a part of Santa Monica’s fabric since 2006. Originally a bar focusing on wine and beer, Bodega is a favorite happy hour spot for...

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Stroll past The Mixtape Shop, and you’ll know straight away that it’s a shiny new cafe—but that’s only the half of it. “The brightness, the white walls—they became...

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Ichi go, ichi e is a term often referred to by practitioners of Japanese tea ceremony. The meaning of this phrase, loosely translated, is “one moment, one meeting” and...

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Copper Door Coffee Each year usually brings a new player to the Denver coffee game, but this year it seems as if new locations for recognizable names is the...

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Ed Moffatt is an import. An Aussie, from Melbourne, living in Orange County, California. He owns Common Room Roasters in Newport Beach, which sits about 600 meters inland from...

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In a sleepy little corner of Manhattan’s Financial District is a small stretch with only three or four businesses—a Dunkin Donuts, a sandwich shop, and as of late summer,...

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Newport Beach is basically the California dream, what most people imagine when they think of California: long, white beaches with rolling waves; every car on the Pacific Coast Highway...

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Canada is a big place. And though we claim only a handful of distinct regions compared to our neighbor to the south, each province has its prominent stereotypes. Fishing...

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