9 Basic Principles of Biomimicry
- Nature runs on sunlight.
- Nature uses only the energy it needs.
- Nature fits form to function.
- Nature recycles everything.
- Nature rewards cooperation.
- Nature banks on diversity.
- Nature demands local expertise.
- Nature curbs excesses from within.
- Nature taps the power of limits.
I had decided last week the first roaster we would showcase is Bows and Arrows. Based out of the industrial region of Victoria, BC, they’ve quickly shown how good they get. Most open roaster cafes in the US and Canada keep them in their rotation and I know that I can trust them if I want a…
Roaster of the week post from Catalyst!
For all of you fellow coffee fiends out there, this is the livestream of the USBC in Boston. This is the olympics of the coffee industry.
Anyone who wants to learn the intense intricacies of the coffee industry should peek in and watch this every now and again.
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The roast of the week is Bows and Arrows: Fazenda Samambaia from Henrique Dias Cambraia down in Sul de Minas, Brazil. I’ll be taking a look at the roaster, farmer, and finishing up with a review later this week. (at Catalyst Coffee Lab)
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Kuma Coffee Sumatra. Pretty exciting, Earthy and fruity. Sweet like a raspberry. Brewed in a V60: 28 g. coffee, 410 mL water. Agitation during bloom.
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