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Best Latte Coffee Machine

I’m writing this post for any of my fellow coffee botherers (my term for my readers and viewers, so that’s you now, welcome) who happen to be searching for the best latte coffee machine, or the best latte machine so that I can first guide you in the right direction.… Read more “Best Latte Coffee Machine”

Drinks from the Crypt Halloween Libations to Make You Thrill Sn8256702173NS The banshees from Barista Magazine bring you a selection of “Drinks From the Crypt,” a collection of spooky to help you get through this most frightening of times. Beware: These drinks are not for those who aren’t careful. BY J. MARIE CARLAN BARISTA Magazine ONLINE Cover photo taken by Artem Maltsev via Unsplash The weather has turned cooler and the leaves have begun to change and the pumpkins are getting made, and graveyard ghosts are gearing up for the night of fun. This season the goblins and ghouls are out for a game. However, they’ll require some alcohol to drink! This Halloween there’s a “Drink From the Crypt” for all werewolves, witches and wendigo who wants to drink. The AHHHHHH! of the Dancing Bean Coffeehouse. Photo from the Dancing Bean Coffeehouse. Photo courtesy of Emma Newman. The AHHHHHH! The drink originated from the laboratory at the Dancing Bean Coffee House in the Dancing Bear Lodge located in Townsend, Tenn. Marketing Manager Emma Newman says the AHHHHHH! is worth shouting about. “This bizarre concoction can be made cold or hot and is a mix of espresso with cherry and chocolate syrups. It will make you scream full of vitality!” Not pictured: the mad scientists who came up with the invention. The Nightmare on Front St. has an (real?) skull. Image taken by Brett Jones. Nightmare on Front St. This sinister, spicy mocha cocktail made by Jason Michaels contains Mulato chile syrup dark chocolate ganache the choice of milk and espresso. If you’re looking to have fun with fire go to Kingston Bread + Bar (+ crypt) in Kingston, N.Y., to test it out for yourself. The Woodsboro Slasher is one of many horror-themed drinks available at crossroads. coffee. Photo from Montana Telman. The Woodsboro Slasher The crossroads. Coffee crypt keepers in New Haven, Conn. They have a variety of dungeon fancies that are all based on horror films, according to the owner Montana Telman. One interesting find: The Woodsboro Slasher (inspired by the classic slasher Scream) A vegan brown butter sea salt caramel latte with whip cream, kettle corn and “blood” splash. All crossroads.coffee syrups are created by hand in the house (even the blood splatter). La Bruja Spice from the Coffee Mugg. Photo by Susana Almaguer. La Bruja Spice Warlocks and witches, get your brooms! Muggles, continue walking. The coffee shop owned by a Latina Mugg located in Corpus Christi, Texas, is an area “where all houses are welcome and respected,” says owner Susana Almaguer (this Slytherin sighs of relief). La Bruja Spice is the perfect drink to fill up your leaky cauldron that is a pumpkin-spiced latte made with Horchata! The Beetlejuice The Beetlejuiceat Third Space Cafe. Photo by Erin Ryan-Mosley. Beetlejuice If you say this name three times and Tim Burton may appear at your door with a skeleton team! This drink is perfect for those looking for something different and unique the Beetlejuice is made using Melon syrup, Fever Tree tonic, and espresso at Third Space Cafe in Minneapolis. It’s not just a drink worth the effort, but it also encourages women to be working in the workplace. “We are currently owned and managed by female employees with the goal of helping to alter the coffee industry as well as the image of the workers in the industry. We all consider this to be an opportunity to work in a career-oriented way,” says owner Erin Ryan-Mosley. Are you still not scared enough? “Drinks from the Crypt” will be transformed next week! A BIT ABOUT THE AUTHOR J. Marie Carlan (she/they) is the editor of the web site of Barista Magazine. She’s been a barista over 10 years and has been writing since she was old enough to go out outside on her own. When she’s not at the espresso bar or working on content and content, you’ll find her wandering through record stores, accumulating bric-a-brac or writing poetry, as well as making sure that the plants are alive within the midst of her Denver apartment. She often changes her blog.

The banshees of Barista Magazine bring you part of “Drinks From the Crypt’–spooky drinks suitable for this most ghoulish of times. Beware: These drinks are not for those who are hesitant.… Read more “Drinks from the Crypt Halloween Libations to Make You Thrill Sn8256702173NS The banshees from Barista Magazine bring you a selection of “Drinks From the Crypt,” a collection of spooky to help you get through this most frightening of times. Beware: These drinks are not for those who aren’t careful. BY J. MARIE CARLAN BARISTA Magazine ONLINE Cover photo taken by Artem Maltsev via Unsplash The weather has turned cooler and the leaves have begun to change and the pumpkins are getting made, and graveyard ghosts are gearing up for the night of fun. This season the goblins and ghouls are out for a game. However, they’ll require some alcohol to drink! This Halloween there’s a “Drink From the Crypt” for all werewolves, witches and wendigo who wants to drink. The AHHHHHH! of the Dancing Bean Coffeehouse. Photo from the Dancing Bean Coffeehouse. Photo courtesy of Emma Newman. The AHHHHHH! The drink originated from the laboratory at the Dancing Bean Coffee House in the Dancing Bear Lodge located in Townsend, Tenn. Marketing Manager Emma Newman says the AHHHHHH! is worth shouting about. “This bizarre concoction can be made cold or hot and is a mix of espresso with cherry and chocolate syrups. It will make you scream full of vitality!” Not pictured: the mad scientists who came up with the invention. The Nightmare on Front St. has an (real?) skull. Image taken by Brett Jones. Nightmare on Front St. This sinister, spicy mocha cocktail made by Jason Michaels contains Mulato chile syrup dark chocolate ganache the choice of milk and espresso. If you’re looking to have fun with fire go to Kingston Bread + Bar (+ crypt) in Kingston, N.Y., to test it out for yourself. The Woodsboro Slasher is one of many horror-themed drinks available at crossroads. coffee. Photo from Montana Telman. The Woodsboro Slasher The crossroads. Coffee crypt keepers in New Haven, Conn. They have a variety of dungeon fancies that are all based on horror films, according to the owner Montana Telman. One interesting find: The Woodsboro Slasher (inspired by the classic slasher Scream) A vegan brown butter sea salt caramel latte with whip cream, kettle corn and “blood” splash. All crossroads.coffee syrups are created by hand in the house (even the blood splatter). La Bruja Spice from the Coffee Mugg. Photo by Susana Almaguer. La Bruja Spice Warlocks and witches, get your brooms! Muggles, continue walking. The coffee shop owned by a Latina Mugg located in Corpus Christi, Texas, is an area “where all houses are welcome and respected,” says owner Susana Almaguer (this Slytherin sighs of relief). La Bruja Spice is the perfect drink to fill up your leaky cauldron that is a pumpkin-spiced latte made with Horchata! The Beetlejuice The Beetlejuiceat Third Space Cafe. Photo by Erin Ryan-Mosley. Beetlejuice If you say this name three times and Tim Burton may appear at your door with a skeleton team! This drink is perfect for those looking for something different and unique the Beetlejuice is made using Melon syrup, Fever Tree tonic, and espresso at Third Space Cafe in Minneapolis. It’s not just a drink worth the effort, but it also encourages women to be working in the workplace. “We are currently owned and managed by female employees with the goal of helping to alter the coffee industry as well as the image of the workers in the industry. We all consider this to be an opportunity to work in a career-oriented way,” says owner Erin Ryan-Mosley. Are you still not scared enough? “Drinks from the Crypt” will be transformed next week! A BIT ABOUT THE AUTHOR J. Marie Carlan (she/they) is the editor of the web site of Barista Magazine. She’s been a barista over 10 years and has been writing since she was old enough to go out outside on her own. When she’s not at the espresso bar or working on content and content, you’ll find her wandering through record stores, accumulating bric-a-brac or writing poetry, as well as making sure that the plants are alive within the midst of her Denver apartment. She often changes her blog.”

So You Are Looking to Start a Pop-Up Café Part Two

Former U.S. Barista Champion Phuong Tran discusses the difficulties that one may encounter when running an open-air cafe and how to overcome these. BY MENESES EMILY SENIOR ONLINE CONTRIBUTOR Photos with permission of Phuong Tran A couple of days ago, we posted the two-time Indonesia Barista Champion Mikael Jasin’s view on the advantages of operating a pop-up café as opposed to a brick-and-mortar.… Read more “So You Are Looking to Start a Pop-Up Café Part Two”

Black & Decker

Black & Decker has a division of domestic coffee maker appliances. The division focuses on the auto drip coffee makers as the most popular coffee brewing method. Black & Decker Corporation is an American manufacturer of power tools and accessories, … Read more If you enjoyed this coffee glossary term, we encourage you to visit Coffee Dictionary for more coffee words.… Read more “Black & Decker”

Single-origin coffee

Single-origin coffee is coffee grown within a single known geographical origin. Sometimes this is a single farm or a specific collection of beans from a single country. The name of the coffee is then usually the place it was grown … Read more If you enjoyed this coffee glossary term, we encourage you to visit Coffee Dictionary for more coffee words.… Read more “Single-origin coffee”