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1912 Coffee Hosts Another Cappuccino Art Throwdown

The Roastery of Cave Creek will be hosting a cappuccino art throwdown soon:

Saturday February 27th

( One Day Only )

For info contact:

Jonathan Carroll info@nineteentwelvecoffee.com 480-699-8070

We’ll be throwin’ our 2nd cappuccino art throwdown at The Roastery of Cave Creek (Roc2) on Saturday, February 27th from 6-10pm.

Barista registration starts at 6pm and ends at 7pm. $5 entry fee due at the time of sign-up.

As we get sign-ups, we’ll have a courtesy non-competitive round from 6:45-7:15pm so you can get acquainted with the espresso machine, pulling shots, using the steam wand, etc.

A Link to the sponsors 1912 Coffee Website is here.

1912 Coffee Announces Another Cappuccino Art Throw Down

Our friends over at 1912 Coffee continue to get good press with an article appearing recently in Daily Coffee News at Roast magazine:

 

A pair of coffee pros with a wealth of experience on the Arizona coffee scene have launched 1912 Coffee, a full-service marketing and consultancy firm with lofty ambitions to elevate coffee quality and culture throughout the state.

The coffee expertise behind 1912 comes from Jonathan Carroll, co-owner of Phoenix’s Songbird Coffeehouse, and Ron Cortez of roaster Cortez Coffee Co. in Tempe. While the two have maintained a wholesale relationship for years, they’ve also had many a conversation regarding the state of Arizona coffee and how it might be improved, or at least better marketed, on a shop-by-shop basis.

With a name referencing the year Arizona joined the Union, the business is being pitched as “the Grand Canyon of coffee marketing and branding,” as it hopes to fill some holes not only in existing businesses, but in the bigger image of Arizona coffee.

The list of services 1912 is offering to independent coffee retail and roasting clients includes social media planning and delivery, web design and maintenance, photography, videography, event planning and booking, barista training, quality control programming, and virtually any other day-to-day operational requirement. “We’re trying to reach the small shops and help them with any services we can provide,” Carroll told Daily Coffee News. “The goal is to help and promote the small, independent coffee shops because that’s where coffee culture comes from.”

Culture-building will also come in the form of 1912-produced events such as monthly latte art throwdowns at different coffee locations around the state. Carroll and Cortez have been busy lining up event sponsors and extending invitations to anyone in Arizona interested in coffee, with the goal of building local and statewide networks of coffee professionals.

Full article here: 1912 Coffee Has Grand Plans for Arizona’s Coffee Landscape | Daily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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Cappuccino Art Throw Down

The next Cappuccino Art throw down which had originally been scheduled for this week coming up is now at Exo Roast Company Saturday, January 30th 2016 from 6 p.m. – 11 p.m.

Exo Roast Company

403 N 6th Ave, Tucson, AZ

All baristas across the state are welcome to compete.

From 6-7pm || Barista Registration $5 Entry Fee

 

All are welcome, baristas bring your best!