Recently, coffee company directors and owners have published some amazing and insightful books on all things coffee. Below are some of our favorite books that are both beginner-friendly and for the serious coffee connoisseur. To purchase, simply click on the cover to be directed to the Amazon page for more information.


As the fascination and interest in coffee continues to grow, several magazines are exploring the communities and cultures that coffee has influenced over the past decade.


Absolutely free and jam-packed with high quality content, below are some handpicked blogs from our team that are giving back to the coffee community. Simply click on the name to be redirected to the appropriate page.

Barista Hustle

A free weekly email that details a concept, technique, product or otherwise that helps Baristas. Matt Perger, former World Barista Champion, hosts content and offers a place to discuss, debate and learn more from peers.

Cat & Cloud

Hosted on iTunes by Jared Truby and Chris Baca, barista champions that met at the Western Regional Championship in 2006, you can get a weekly dose of audible coffee magic featuring specialty coffee's most notable duos and industry guests from all over the globe.

Daily Coffee News

Since 2012, Roast Magazine's Daily Coffee News had provided essential online reading for specialty coffee professionals. Through all-original content composed of breaking news, in-depth feature stories and insider columns.

I Brew My Own Coffee

A podcast for people who care about coffee. Topics range from coffee subscriptions, cold coffee, manual brewing methods and interviews with coffee professionals. Hosted by home brewers Brian Beyke & Brian Schiele.

Tamper Tantrum

One of the world's premier platforms for coffee bickering, brainstorming and live speaking engagements. Born during 2009 World Barista Championship when Colin Harmon, Steven Leighton and Ben Helfen recorded a long and controversial conversations about all things coffee.


Since 2009, Sprudge has been publishing original features highlighting coffee culture, news and events. With a network of over seventy writers around the world, Sprudge covers the latest and great in coffee-from new cafes opening in cities to unique and specialized programs & events.