Entries by Café Campesino

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Keep Learning! Continual Coffee Training is Key for Baristas

Words by Christy Deen. Images courtesy of Drip-Thru Coffee® Training is a key process in any company that wants to maintain mastery in its field, and companies in the coffee industry are no different. On-going training is important for staff development, product consistency and empowering a team to rock this third wave of coffee. Drip-Thru […]

2019 Best Coffees – Staff Picks

We’ve all got our favorites. And yes, even at Cafe Camp HQ (where we love each little bean equally), staffers have their preferences. Here’s what an informal survey of staff turned up this December when we asked, “What coffee are you loving right now?” 2019 Best Coffee – Staff Picks- Blends Mocha Java – Viennese […]

SO Grateful for Staff

It’s impossible to have a month of gratitude without recognizing our awesome staff. These folks work behind the scenes to bring you Cafe Campesino. We are SOooo grateful for their hard work and positive energy. We want you to know them, too. Our Production Crew Led by Esme Hernandez, this crew roasts, packs, grinds and […]

A Drip-Thru Coffee Origin Trip to Guatemala

Written by Martin Deen, owner of Drip-Thru Coffee Since we started Drip-Thru Coffee and opened our first shop in 2016, we’ve always planned to run the business in an ethical way.  For us, that meant things like looking for local suppliers, choosing ecologically sustainable packaging, and looking for other ways we could have a positive […]

Grateful to Conscious Consumers

Running a small business might be one of the hardest jobs there is.  If you’re the one(s) in charge, you are always working.  You’re always solving problems.   Planning ahead.   Dealing with yesterday’s issues. Stocking product. Taking inventory, managing employees, dealing with human resources-related issues, marketing, selling, marketing, selling, overseeing customer service issues, cleaning, fixing that […]

Thanks to Small-Scale Coffee Farmers

Anyone familiar with our company knows that we are extremely aligned with the interests of the small-scale coffee farmer.  After all, it’s in our name (“Café Campesino” loosely translates from Spanish to “coffee of the small farmer”). It’s worth taking a moment to explain why. Small-Scale Coffee Farmers are the Backbone of the Specialty Coffee […]