Boston Magazine covers our dwelltime project: DwellTime Coffee Bar to Bring Star Trek-Esque Machinery...
Great coverage of local coffee in April 23's Boston Herald: Rhapsody in brew / Coffee culture grows in Boston
(The original article is now behind a paywall. The text, without pictures or formatting, is archived here.)
Pour-Over Coffee Drips Into New York is a NYT Food article on brewing with Hario equipment, with several links to barismo.
As coffee-brewing techniques go, pour over is slow and mannered. It's low tech. It has a funny name. And yet, pour over is an ongoing obsession within the coffee world.
No trouble brewing, 13 January 2010 in the Boston Globe's Food section.
In the back of the small Arlington storefront Barismo, an employee silently and precisely attends to two sleek, custom-built small-batch coffee roasters that whir and swoosh a seemingly endless stream of beans into bags destined for local shops.
They're tourists and sometimes they arrive in groups.
How the world looks to an espressophile in WickedLocal Arlington.
Audio slideshow about barismo from The Tufts Daily.
Interview with Jaime on WZBC Radio's Rare Frequency, 24 March 2009.
Coffee with a Conscience, Daily Grommet, 01 January 2009.
Black Gold!, WickedLocal Arlington, 02 October 2008.
Using Their Beans, Bostonist, 30 November 2007.
Free Pour, Barista Magazine, April/May 2007 issue.
A Shot of Perfection, The Boston Globe, 19 April 2006.
Jaime places in the Millrock Latte Art Competition, CoffeeGeek, 05 March 2006.