The way we see it, coffee is pretty special.
It takes a lot of people and a lot of care to get it right
– farmers, pickers, buyers, and roasters all putting in the hours. We know that we’re the last step in a long line of hard-working, passionate people. It’s why we think we owe it to them to get it right. To serve the best coffee we can.
2016 a personal and professional highlight for me. It has been a privilege to work in an environment which nutures and encourages development and growth through support, opportunities and, perhaps most importantly, access to some of the finest coffees and roasters available anywhere in the world. Asking for highlights from such an incredible lineup is a difficult task;
Top 3 most memorable espressos at the bar.
These are what comes to mind when I think of 2016 at Kofra as a barista, it has been a privilege to be able to work with some of the finest coffee beans in the world.
I often ask people who work in coffee, in which industry they think they work, and the answer is almost always the same… “I work in the Speciality Coffee industry”. I disagree. One of the first things I tell the baristas at Kofra and at G&G is this: We work in the SERVICE industry, it happens that our product is coffee, it happens that we care about coffee, but let’s never forget that we work in the service industry.