40 episodes

Coffee Upside Down is a podcast that inspires and educates listeners through candid conversations with coffee professionals and enthusiasts in New Orleans and beyond. Topics touched on are as diverse as our relationship to the beverage we love, but each is grounded by the fundamental ideals of Craft, Understanding, Positivity and Dedication. Join me in a lighthearted, entertaining journey of discovery that will encourage you to flip your perspective and engage in an ongoing process of positive progression. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coffeeupsidedown/support

Coffee UPside Down David Jose Villa

    • Society & Culture

Coffee Upside Down is a podcast that inspires and educates listeners through candid conversations with coffee professionals and enthusiasts in New Orleans and beyond. Topics touched on are as diverse as our relationship to the beverage we love, but each is grounded by the fundamental ideals of Craft, Understanding, Positivity and Dedication. Join me in a lighthearted, entertaining journey of discovery that will encourage you to flip your perspective and engage in an ongoing process of positive progression. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coffeeupsidedown/support

Customer Reviews

Bauermoo ,

A warm cup of coffee for the soul

Full disclosure: the creator and mastermind behind this project is my cousin. With that being said, I was never asked to write a review, and I would have just politely pretended to keep forgetting to write one if I didn’t feel strongly about it! But as it stands, I’ve had a great time listening to every episode and taking a virtual trip to coffee shops all around New Orleans. It’s honestly making me want to journey out there and visit all of these places in person. It’s a fun bunch of coffee shop chats, which are relevant and entertaining, regardless of whether you work in the business. Every episode centers on being proud of your craft, caring for the customer, and taking ourselves a little less seriously. If I had to guess, I would say this podcast is just what the coffee shop industry is needing these days

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