On the Road: Lay’s Cappuccino Flavored Potato Chips

In the line of duty, we who work at Irving Farm are occasionally sent to the far reaches of civilization in pursuit of our coffee passions. Here’s a dispatch from Josh Littlefield, who came upon a highly unusual specimen while traveling this week. Variety: Lay’s Cappuccino Flavored Potato Chips Origin: Gas station, northeast corner of
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In the Kitchen: Karys Logue, Pastry Chef, Tessa NYC

In our recurring series In the Kitchen, we sit down with the restaurateurs and culinary pros who’ve partnered with Irving Farm to find out more about their inspirations—and of course, their feelings about coffee. In this installment, our newest Irving Farmer Josh Littlefield—pastry-lover, ice-cream connoisseur, and coffee expert, speaks with Karys Logue, Pastry Chef at
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Meet the Farmers: Ugo

  Who are you? I’m Ugo. They call me Google, sometimes… only sort of endearingly. How long have you been at Irving Farm? In one capacity or another, I’ve been here a little over four years. What position did you start in? I was first hired to work behind the counter at 56 Seventh Ave—a
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Meet the Farmers: Amarys

Though we’re spread out across two cities, five cafes, one farmhouse roastery and one office, all of us at Irving Farm consider ourselves one big, pretty darn happy Farmily. In this new series, we’re going to introduce you to the people behind your daily cup. Please meet the talented Amarys, who knows this company inside
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Coffee Travel Diaries: Winter 2014 Part II

We would never let Irving Farm’s Coffee Director, Dan Streetman, visit so many of the beautiful farms with whom we have relationships without promising to write home about it. Here is his second of two travel diaries from his recent winter harvest trip to Central America. Day 5: It has been a great visit. I
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