Category: coffee

Since Perfect Coffee at Home #4: From the Ground Up

This is part four of a four part series on what we’ve learned and what we’ve been up to since publishing Perfect Coffee at Home. Previous articles are listed here: Since Perfect Coffee at Home #1: Starting a Roastery and

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Since Perfect Coffee at Home #3: Remarks at the National Coffee Association

This is part three of a four part series on what we’ve learned and what we’ve been up to since publishing Perfect Coffee at Home. Previous articles are listed here: Since Perfect Coffee at Home #1: Starting a Roastery and

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Since Perfect Coffee at Home #2: Compass Coffee and a Lucky Break

This is part two of a four part series on what we’ve learned and what we’ve been up to since publishing Perfect Coffee at Home. Read the first post here: Since Perfect Coffee at Home #1: Starting a Roastery and

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Since Perfect Coffee at Home #1: Starting a Roastery and Cafe

This is part one of what will be a four part series on what we’ve learned and what we’ve been up to since publishing Perfect Coffee at Home. Life can only be understood backwards, but it must be lived forwards.

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Perfect Coffee at Home at #1! (And answers about other platforms)

If you’re just coming to the site, welcome. And thank you for stopping by. One of the questions we’ve been getting asked is whether Perfect Coffee at Home is available on another platforms besides iPad. Right now, it isn’t. The technology just

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The Book Unveiled: Perfect Coffee at Home

Lately, we’ve been writing about renewal and starting over, and as many of you know, we’ve been in the process of starting a digital publishing company. Without further ado, we present our first book! Thousands of cups in the making.

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As It Happens…

A pond inside Dumbarton Oaks in Washington, D.C. We’ve been spending a lot of time walking around Georgetown. It’s a good way to process our thoughts and to brainstorm about what we want to do next.

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