On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Many Americans kick off their day by brewing up a pot of coffee in their kitchen or grabbing a hot cup to-go on the way to work. But a new wave of coffee lovers insist that their drink of choice is much more than a quick conduit for caffeine. Kojo looks at the specialty coffee market and the colorful ways it’s changing American culture.
- Peter Giuliano Vice President, the Specialty Coffee Association of America; Director of Coffee and Co-Owner, Counter Culture Coffee
- Ric Rhinehart Executive Director, the Specialty Coffee Association of America
- Ryan Jensen Owner, Peregrine Espresso
- Dale Roberts Owner, Java Shack (Arlington, VA)
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