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Hands-on Kitchen Culture #coffee

Crosskeys french roast

I HAVE A SOFT SPOT in my heart for hands-on sessions involving coffee and that special feeling redoubles when I get the opportunity to make my own coffee. It's even more special when I can share the moment with a network of readers and listeners.

I used a Zoom H6 field recorder with an X/Y mic in our Irish kitchen while I measured, ground, boiled, poured and infused French Roast beans from Cross Keys Coffee shop in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. If you're subsribed to my Inside View blog, you should have received an MP3 file as proof that the home brewing process works a charm. And if you're listening to me on Anchor.fm, you might have heard the action through that social audio platfom.

I'm going to rekindle the Open Coffee meme next month as I escort a group of students into several prominent businesses in Dublin and Cork. If you'd like to meet some of the most creative third level students on the planet, please get in touch with me and we'll arrange an office call.

[Bernie Goldbach teaches creative media for business in the Limerick Institute of Technology.]

Brewing Cross Keys French Roast

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