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We’re hiring!
Monday, November 03, 2014 - 11:25 AM - 1 month, 2 weeks ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - James and Anette's Square Mile Weblog
We are recruiting for a full time Delivery Driver/Production Assistant! More here .

A Face for Radio
Monday, October 20, 2014 - 12:15 PM - 2 months ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - Steve Leighton's HasBean Weblog
A face only a mother can love, I have a face for the radio, not a video blog. I’ve had this a few times that people would like me to do an audio podcast rather than a video one as I scare their children or pets, so for those people welcome to in my mug… Continue Reading

Our Bolivia coffee should be leaving shortly
Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 12:44 PM - 2 months ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - Steve Leighton's HasBean Weblog
A question I get asked most days is when will your Bolivian coffees be back. Its a question I had no answe to until today. I received these three pictures yesterday telling me this is our shipment having its final touches before export. It takes a while to Leave for Chile across the altiplano to… Continue Reading

10 years of writing this blog
Sunday, October 12, 2014 - 11:41 AM - 2 months, 1 week ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - WBC 2007 World Champion James Hoffmann's jimseven
10 years of writing this blog
Ten years ago today I posted my first post on here. The idea was pretty simple – I wanted to learn more (learning can be hard if you feel isolated) and sharing is beneficial if you want to learn faster. I think that what was true then is true today. Milestones, arbitrary as they may be, always tend to be times of introspection and (while nothing is more boring than a blogger writing about a blog post about their own blog) it has been interesting to spend a moment considering the role of my writing on here in my career in coffee. I remember registering the blog, inspired by the blogs of Thomas Gauperaa (gone now), Chris Tacy and Tonx (also gone now). In the next few years it seemed like coffee blogging became somewhat fashionable – at one point I had maybe 300 blogs in the “coffee” folder of my RSS client. Then, slowly, they all began to disappear or become dormant. That isn’t to say that new, interesting blogs haven’t started more recently – more that there was a massive swell that has since receded. There are somewhere around 400,000-450,000 words published on here, spread across about 870 blog posts. I did think about turning the best bits of it into a little book but I’d imagine the demand for something like that would be so small that the resulting price would put off the few interested. I’m quite pleased that the timing of my book has meant that I do get to publish something I’m proud of on my ten year anniversary. (I’m also delighted, and relieved, by people’s positive reaction to the book. Thank you!) I think it is worth restating how valuable writing here has been to me. It has done so much for me, both personally and professionally, that I’ll continue to recommend people do it – no matter how much further out of fashion it falls. Writing here has always been a great way to clarify my thoughts, to force me to think coherently enough on

Ask Stevee pt 2
Friday, October 10, 2014 - 01:17 PM - 2 months, 1 week ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - Steve Leighton's HasBean Weblog
So in my quest to answer your questions I’ve done another audio podcast to answer all the things about coffee you were to afraid to ask listen to ‘ask stevee coffee questions’ on audioBoom there will be more of these so keep the questions coming

Ask #stevee not Garyvee
Thursday, October 02, 2014 - 10:49 AM - 2 months, 3 weeks ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - Steve Leighton's HasBean Weblog
listen to ‘no #askgaryvee you should ask rip off #askstevee for you @jimgrant17’ on audioBoom

Carlos gets a new depulper, thanks to you?
Friday, September 26, 2014 - 08:56 AM - 2 months, 3 weeks ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - Steve Leighton's HasBean Weblog
Last year we had an amazing new coffee, one that blew my mind how good it was. So much so I nearly gave up my house and all my worldly possessions to get it. I first got to meet a guy called Carlos at my Costa Rican exporter’s office on the last day of my… Continue Reading

The story of Ernesto and his tasty coffee
Wednesday, September 24, 2014 - 01:59 PM - 2 months, 4 weeks ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - Steve Leighton's HasBean Weblog

Miscellanea for September
Tuesday, September 23, 2014 - 10:24 PM - 2 months, 4 weeks ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - WBC 2007 World Champion James Hoffmann's jimseven
Miscellanea for September
I thought I’d post a quick round up of various things that are going on at the moment: The Atlas First of all – it looks like copies of the World Atlas of Coffee are starting to arrive with resellers. There’s no embargo on the book so, even though the release date is the 6th October, you can grab them now. Amazon will ship so books are delivered on release day. There’ll be copies for sale in the Square Mile Webshop if you want to buy a signed copy direct from me (which would be lovely – but local is good too!). At the latest, signed copies will be available from the 10th October, dependent on the stock arriving and my travel schedule. It’s not too late if you want to be a stockist. Just fill in your details here, and the local publisher and distributor will get in touch with you (anywhere in the world). I’m Hiring I need some help with the various projects I have ongoing, mostly the Coffee Jobs Board . Therefore I’m looking for a part time EA/PA, ideally based in London. You can see the ad (and perhaps apply!) here . It feels a little weird to be hiring for this role, but having some support would be extremely helpful. I hope that I can offer more than money for someone interested in this industry, or in business. Upcoming Events I go to Moscow tomorrow, for a Black Eagle event there with DoubleB . After that it’s Seoul to take part in the WBC All Stars event – looking forward to hanging out with Matt, Alejandro and Nick! I’m curious to see how the coffee culture there has changed in the last two years. (I will try not to flood my instagram and twitter with my incredulous postings!) Straight after Korea is Barista Camp . I’m delighted the camp has sold out, and I think it is going to be both educational and huge amounts of fun. I’m looking forward to meeting baristas from all over Europe, and there should be plenty of time to chat about all things coffee. It’s been a while since I travelled and got to meet lots of new coffee people – if you’re going to be at one of these events then do please say hello. It’ll be weird to be travelling the day the book comes out – but that’s another post for next month…

Mobile Friendly Has Bean
Monday, September 22, 2014 - 08:25 AM - 3 months ago   - 1. TMC Members' Coffee Blogs  - Steve Leighton's HasBean Weblog
I like to think I’m quite tech savvy. I own a website that does ok for web sales, and I make video podcasts that get watched by thousands each week, and have a healthy twitter and facebook following. I listen to tech podcasts and read blogs still. So much so I even go to tech… Continue Reading

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