This past September, I went to Whistler, BC for a week, to participate in Automattic’s annual Grand Meetup. Since there were almost 500 of my colleagues coming together from all over the world, I decided that it would be fun to organize a coffee exchange. I brought over 2kg of Cuban coffee (in particular, the Cubita brand, which I enjoy very much as my go-to coffee). In exchange, I got coffee from all over!

Since then, I’ve been going through them; I haven’t even yet tried them all! My favorite so far though is probably the two Cervantes coffees, from Nicaragua and Vietnam. They’re from Springfield, VA. Unfortunately, I don’t remember who it was from, so whoever it was, thank you, and identify yourself in the comments!

And of course, thanks to all who participated in the exchange!

5 thoughts on “Coffee

  1. Ah, le cafe!!!!!!! La boisson du monde!!!!!!
    Je cuis beaucoup(mon grand-pere etait cuisinier dans l’armee), donc j’infuse le cafe tous les jours. Votre article sur le cafe me plait. Un article tres interessant.

    Sorry to barge in again but I live for coffee and found your piece fascinant. Vous etes l’Homme. T. Drew Hardin


  2. Comme on dit dans l’Amerique Go for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Your articles are interesting and well-written. Encore, vous etes l’Homme. Bonjour. T. Drew Hardin

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