A behind the scenes look at what goes into making one of the world's favorite beverages. Lucia is a former winemaker turned coffee processing specialist. She consults with coffee growers and producers all over the world giving her a unique perspective into the what it takes to get a coffee from a seed to your cup.
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…was top notch. Every coffee marketer and copy writer should HAVE to listen to this discussion. And more arts and crafts at SCA, please.
To answer my title, I don’t know. I first heard of Lucia’s work in 2017 from Heleanna in Ethiopia. And it took me 6 years to listen to episode 1 ! The podcast is both very relatable, even while trying to make concepts I find fairly challenging more accessible. Lucia seems to really want people to get it, and I think that’s what makes someone a good teacher. Some of this is very provocative and makes a listener like me spin off different ideas, even opposing ones or to want to add something else ... more
I could update this later; trying hard to give it an honest listen… more
Was pumped to listen to this podcast and almost immediately she makes a red headed step child joke. Not sure why you would think this is ok to make fun of people with red hair
Lucia has consistently delivered not just information about the world of coffee processing but she ushers the listener into actually understanding the landscape of this important topic and creates at the kind of feeling all of us in coffee want to create in those we serve - deep appreciation for coffee and thirst to know more.
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Making Coffee launched 4 years ago and published 61 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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