Baristas

1951 Coffee Company Works To Support Employees, Refugees Amid Pandemic

As many businesses struggle with closures and changing public health guidelines, 1951 Coffee Company is no exception. The cafe’s three locations have been reopening gradually. The College Avenue location reopened May 20, and the one on Channing Way — the company’s first location — reopened July 15. The Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union location, however, is still closed, as students are not on campus.

Team Of Nationally Recognized Baristas Open Their Own Shop In Central East Austin

Try Hard’s menu represents the owners Raechel Hurd, Gabrielle Rose, and Jon French’s passion for coffee, with a full spectrum of roasts and many experimental varieties. Coffee is also for sale by the bag. In addition, there are several housemade non-coffee beverages, like Pineapple Jalapeno Big Swig, with a Tajin spice rim and a sweet coconut cream foam, or an Italian soda made with hibiscus tea concentrate.

Seattle Coffee Gear To Donate $150,000 To Baristas & Cafes In Need

The term “coffee community” gets thrown around a lot, mostly when talking about the quality of a city’s coffee scene or about the fraternal nature of its coffee professionals. While these usages aren’t incorrect, there is a sense of the phrase that gets more to the heart of what the terms really means, and it is one that times of disaster often pulls into focus. It’s the idea of a community, not really in the geographical sense, but within the notion that its members look out for one another, particularly by the sharing of resources.