The Coffee Podcast is a podcast about coffee and people, hosted by Jesse Hartman. The Coffee Podcast unfolds the wonder behind coffee through conversations with people in and around the coffee industry. The show follows topics on sourcing, brewing, and roasting coffee but also dives deep into ethical issues with topics like coffee production and sustainability. Often, topics are nuanced in conversation with all the hands involved in making a delicious cup of coffee. Episodes were released weekly from Episode 1 to Episode 110. Now, new episodes are released in series every 4 months.
E159 | Coffee Science: I'm a Be-Liver
How important is your liver to your body? How important is coffee for your liver? In this episode, you may also become a believer when it comes to coffee, your liver, and your health.
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E158 | Coffee Science: Health Science
Health claims for food things are at the center of many friendly arguments about what we should or should not consume. What does scientific research have to say about coffee and its impact on a coffee drinker's health?
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E157 | Coffee Science: Fermentation
What is coffee fermentation and what role might it play in coffee science and low hanging fruit for producers? This and more with fermentation expert Lucia Solis of Luxia Coffee Solutions.
E156 | Coffee Science: Low Hanging Fruit
The cost of agricultural science is high and there is an urgency for solutions due to immediate challenges facing coffee producers worldwide. Learn about the "paradox in coffee" and how coffee research can offer more than long-term and high-cost solutions.
E155 | Coffee Science: Wild Coffee
What is "wild coffee" and what role does it play in the bigger picture concerning coffee science and the future of coffee?
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E154 | Coffee Science: Agronomist Says, "Let Farmers Choose"
What good is research without application? Join me as we talk with Emilia Umaña, an Agronomist at World Coffee Research. We dive into the topic of the seed sector and talk about her concerns and what she has learned to be the concerns of the coffee farmers around her.
This episode is sponsored by Ember.
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Customer ReviewsSee All
A shower of information
The guest on this podcast are awesome with years of experience in the coffee market.
There insights and opinions on the show are priceless. The podcast does a good job of balancing issues and working with the guest to try and find solutions. Cheers love it!
Great Start For Someone Entering the World of Coffee
I’ve become somewhat obsessed with making good coffee at home recently and I was looking for a podcast that can teach me all about the world of coffee. The Coffee Podcast does just that. I’ve learned about brewing methods, origins, coffee roasters and sustainability programs, all by simply listening to interesting people have interesting conversations. It’s helped me learn all about the world of coffee and has motivated me to start venturing out and asking questions of my own in my local community. I highly recommend listening, as Jesse does a great job engaging his guests and generating new content.
Frustrated with the hosts’ presentation of the information.
I wanted to love this podcast because of the information, which is great. But became so frustrated because I couldn’t even listen to it due to the hosts inability to stop adding words like “kind of” and “you know” to almost every other sentence. It was driving me crazy. Things either are or they aren’t, adding “kind of” to half of your sentences is ridiculous. I mean, do you know enough about coffee to do a podcast on it or not? “Kind of!” 🙄 And as far as “you know” goes. If I knew, I wouldn’t be listening to the podcast!