Want to build a successful career in coffee?
Chris Baca shares the things he wishes someone had told him earlier.
With more and more baristas interested in building a career in the coffee industry, we love it when people share their personal journeys and insights.
Chris explains that its probably not your coffee-making skills holding you back. Rather learn how to better lead and help others, communicate with your audience and elevate the organisations you’re involved in.
Continue reading Coffee Career Tips from Chris Baca
With much of the industry in preparation for the London Coffee Festival, we look back at 2017’s highlights.
Continue reading Let’s Get Together
The Original AeroPress Recipe, by Alan Adler
In preparation for their forthcoming Aeropress film, European Coffee Trip pay tribute to its creator Alan Adler, by demonstrating his original Aeropress recipe.
Continue reading True Original
Exploring the place of generosity
Al Keating from New Zealand’s Coffee Supreme shares his story on how they came to influence the nation’s coffee industry through embodying one of hospitality’s key values, generosity.
Continue reading Pay it forward
Oat milk pioneers Oatly successfully defined a category by directly and deftly tackling consumer misunderstandings. Here’s our pick of the five best films from their YouTube channel.
Continue reading Getting Your Oats
Today we release an update to United Baristas Profile allowing our community to securely log in with just a couple of clicks, using either a registered email address or their personal Facebook account.
The supported services include:
• unitedbaristas.com, including United Baristas Store
• United Baristas Careers
• United Baristas Workshop
When signing in with email, users are now sent an email with a bespoke link to enable them to securely login to their account.
Continue reading Just a Couple of Clicks – Updates to logging in to United Baristas
Every coffee has a story, why not use a drone to share it
With all the stunning drone footage now kicking around on the internet, we’re amazed more coffee businesses haven’t taken inspiration and started sharing their origin experiences with their customers using drone footage.
With the new, compact Dji Mavic Air arriving soon, we expect to see an uptake of such films made over the 2018 and 2019 harvests. To get you started, here’s one of the few coffee farm films presently available on YouTube.
Baristas, it’s time to hone your drone skills.