Because coffee is exactly what one needs after a lunch of sea urchin carbonara, don’t you agree?
Last February 14 we had our first coffee loveapalooza and posted 22 photos of coffee love from fourteen caffeinated contributors. It started here, at coffee cup 122. I think an encore performance is called for, so calling all coffee love photos. Interpret as you wish, just send me your great photos and we’ll see what kind of fun we can muster up. xo
This is the poster my daughter, Alex, gave me for Christmas. She knows, only too well, that a mom without coffee is well, you just don’t want to know. You can get your own from Etsy...here.
Brooke Appler, Oakland CA.
Can we get a “woot” for coffee cup number 800? This lovely photo is courtesy of one of our most awesome caffeinated contributors, Brooke Appler. Last year Brooke did these sweet drawings at one of her favorite coffee houses, subrosa. The owner just published them as postcards, for sale with your latte…how cool is that? Here’s the inspiration for the drawing, coffee cup number 226 (that seems so long ago…574 cups ago).
There’s still plenty of time to join the fun…200 more cups, room for all of you to join in (and thanks to all of you who helped drink and document the first 800 cups!).
Alvaro Rodriguez, Sacramento, CA.
Last week I was introduced to Insight Coffee by my friend Deborah. While I was waiting for her I took a few pictures of my coffee (of course), and the gentleman next to me was kind enough to share his (photos, not his coffee…their coffee is delicious and everyone just needs to get their own, thank you very much).
At my desk. It’s more exciting than it sounds.
Steve makes pour over coffee every morning, we turn on a CD called Buddha Cafe (as we have every workday morning for the past 6 years) and ease into our respective projects. At this point, I don’t think I could begin any other way.