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Brian W. Jones


As an American now living in Gothenburg, I’m here to add an outside perspective while experiencing Nordic coffee culture myself. […]

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  1. August 15, 2012 at 4:04 am, R.I.P. First Degree Coffee… « First Degree Coffee said:

    [...] been many changes within the industry, the “third wave” tag still applies. My friend Brian Jones likes to use the term “progressive coffee” and I think that’s more appropriate. [...]

Tim Wendelboe


Tim Wendelboe is a Norwegian barista and has won several Norwegian Barista Championships. He won the 2004 World Barista Championship […]

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  1. April 26, 2013 at 7:30 pm, Ask The Expert: Coffee in Michigan « eighteen grams said:

    [...] town. She’s visited coffee shops all over the Midwest and recently traveled to Norway to meet Tim Wendelboe, the 2004 World Barista Champion and owner of this self-named shop in Oslo. She is a [...]

Jesper Bood


Coffee to me is not just a beverage, it’s a way of life. It was in 2008 when I started […]

Kalle Freese

Kalle Freese

My name is Kalle Freese and I’ve been working with coffee for about two and a half years now. I […]

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  1. June 28, 2012 at 9:41 pm, London Travel & Coffee Common, 2011 | FRSHGRND said:

    [...] Caught Brian Jones, writer of DCILY, in the wild, and had the pleasure of spending a couple days around town coffee-crawling with him and Kalle Freese. [...]

Tumi Ferrer


Tumi Ferrer is an Icelandic barista that started working for Kaffitár in 2006. He has won a few Icelandic championships: […]