Thursday, November 29, 2007
We've moved on to become the Emiliano Zapata of coffee podcasting. Isaiah co-hosts again, and we briefly discuss his coffee history. Our advice this week concerns gift-giving (since Christmas time is near and people seem to enjoy buying things for each other this time of year). Three different coffees from DoubleShot are recommended this week, as well as a book about coffee (nice gift?). And you don't want to miss the Coffee Illuminati "Art" party on 12/6/2007 from 7-10p.
Posted by Brian at 11:59 AM
Monday, October 22, 2007
Thursday, August 30, 2007
Wednesday, August 1, 2007
WCD World Coffee Domination. That's what Isaiah (the profit) and I have up our sleeves. It's the podcast that hatches our plan. But first, we discuss how long customers should stay after closing time. And the fact that Starbucks is copying off us again by teaming up with Hershey. And if you hurry up and listen, you might be able to enjoy a cup or a pound of our Ethiopia Yirgacheffe from MAO Horse before it's all gone. We taste, you drool.
Posted by Brian at 9:11 AM
Wednesday, June 6, 2007
A New Hope. First in a trilogy (actually number 4) of podcasts from San Francisco with the acclaimed Amy Ferraris. A recap of the SCAA Conference. Jeremy from Ritual gets fired from Starbucks. The Clover. Jay from Portafilter. The conclusion of the farm direct controversy.
Posted by Brian at 9:51 PM
Curtis the only non-gay (I think) haircut guy (stylist). Don't lie, Jamaican coffee, "Fair Trade", Amy Ferraris update (interview).
Posted by Brian at 9:43 PM
Amy Ferraris podcasting in the middle of a tornado? It's the first of the Cappuccino movie. I command you to go to a different coffeehouse. Amy says we should sleep with someone who isn't our wife. Amy hates coffeenews. Cap instruction.
Posted by Brian at 8:00 PM
Monday, June 4, 2007
Sunday, June 3, 2007
Eric the Red and I get deep. Running, living, loving, and coffee. Check your bastard child while you drink coffee. Black Gold is first discussed on AA Cafe. Magic Johson makes sure inner city poor kids have the opportunity to spend $5 on a venti frappuccino. Eric thought he was a booty-licious white girl who might make it onto an episode of American Idol. And so did the girl whose application we read. Joe writes in again to tell us what some coffee grading terms mean.
Posted by Brian at 8:02 PM
Big Bob! It's a country-western version of AA Cafe. Cowboy coffee. Coffee stimulates the female (rats)! We give a bunch of male rats beer and see what happens. The flashlight "bomb" in Starbucks was just a flashlight? Ray "the terrorist" asks questions about turkish coffee. Cowboy Bob makes me laugh.
Posted by Brian at 7:25 PM
Thursday, May 31, 2007
Michael! We're the pink sprinkles on top of the podcast frappuccino. My highschool football coach told me to quit assuming. And I'm telling you the same thing. We find out that coffee may reduce the risk of breast cancer, and Brian volunteers to test for it. Mr. Charbucks goes up against the big boys. Eric the red (the amish girl) writes in with coffee questions and Michael does the speed round. And Petey goes bye bye.
Posted by Brian at 12:07 AM
Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Josh and Brian "drop the ball on the podcast new year." Instructions on how to clean your coffeemaker. A letter from Larry's girlfriend in Seattle. And one from "portafilter.net." We reminisce about DoubleShot and think of the future. And join in the countdown to 2006.
Posted by Brian at 11:51 PM
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
Sunday, May 20, 2007
Misty's back. Sugar makes things sweeter. We talk about it. And we describe why and how to give yourself a coffee enema. Brian reads a letter from his army hero, Brad. If you're looking for a coffee-related Christmas gift... And a really boring letter from Joe. (And a poem from the lion.)
Posted by Brian at 5:48 PM
Josh and Brian podcast from the psychic headquarters of AA Cafe. Josh, being a barista, and Brian, also being a barista, talk about how much you should appreciated a good barista. Coffeenews focuses on Sam Bucks, David Fell's coffeehouse in Broken Arrow, and some other weird stuff. Mark Prince from the CoffeeGeek podcast praises a couple DoubleShot Coffees. And in a landmark experiment, the two coffee jerks brew popcorn.
Posted by Brian at 11:45 AM
Misty cracks me up. Misty helps Brian talk about debit card abuse. Coffeenews includes the not-to-be-missed BB Gun robbery (complete with Misty's fake british accent). Misty interviews Brian (the lion) to try and get to know him a little better. And we get a letter from Thad in Tennessee about Bongo Java coffee roasters.
Posted by Brian at 11:37 AM
Brian (or Jake?) and Other Brian host AA Cafe 11. Tip o the cast involves hitting on the barista. Laurie from Sandy Utah (or vice versa) writes in again to clear some things up. We run through some really bad coffee jokes. And Other Brian infoms us that no two people are not on fire. Hmm.
Posted by Brian at 11:25 AM
Ila Cobb assaults David just prior to his podcast debut. David and Brian talk (again) about how to order coffee- not by asking for the "strongest" coffee. Naked Coffeenews. Sandy from Laurie Utah writes in about the coffee gitters. And Brian describes how to drink espresso. At 24 minutes, David reads a poem about caffeine. You might skip that part.
Posted by Brian at 10:57 AM
Michael's podcast debut as co-host of AA Cafe. We talk about picking up after yourself at the coffeehouse. Criminal coffeenews. Mark Prince (from CoffeeGeek.com) writes in to the podcast. Portafilter.net gets discussed, after they talk about AA Cafe on their podcast. We talk about Michael learning to pay attention when he walks in to DoubleShot. And a short talk about a newspaper article concerning another local roaster.
Posted by Brian at 10:45 AM
Saturday, May 19, 2007
Still Joe. I can't believe Joe is still podcasting with Brian. It's about being courteous to your barista. Some coffeenews. And then some info talk about Ethiopian coffees. (And a bit of passion from Brian.)
Posted by Brian at 4:39 PM
This Joe and Brian combination keeps on keepin on. We talk about your order and how it's best that you try the drink first and alter it later. Brian claims he doesn't want to be an asshole and Joe claims he did research. And what he researched was wet processing of coffee. And future podcast co-host Michael writes in.
Posted by Brian at 4:01 PM