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33 minutes | Aug 4, 2021
Talk about Coffee Talk...
Talk About Talk founder Dr. Andrea Wojnicki is obsessed with COMMUNICATION, and specifically with coaching ambitious executives on their communication skills to help them get noticed and advance their careers.Early in her career, Andrea earned her MBA and worked in brand management at Kraft Foods. She then earned her Doctorate in Business (Marketing) from Harvard Business School, where her research focused on guess what??? COMMUNICATION. Specifically why and how people talk.Andrea served on the faculty at the University of Toronto Rotman school of management where she taught in the MBA program. She also consulted in strategic brand marketing and served on several boards.Andrea created Talk About Talk to help ambitious executives boost their confidence and improve their communication skills through 1-on-1 coaching, corporate workshops, online courses, a free weekly communication skills newsletter, and a bi-weekly podcast. You can learn more about the books she recommends and the podcasting resources she uses to make it all happen - see below. Andrea would love to talk!You'll hear the three magic words that make every conversation flow with ease, the rule of odds and much more!Link to Andrea's Talk About Talk website, podcast and much more!Her killer LinkedIn pageWe talk about Seth Godin and his Akimbo workshopsJen's Coffee Essentials Course sign upTry Costa Rica SL 28 from Hacienda Sonora - a unique coffee farm that processes only Natural Coffees!Let's talk coffee - email me Jen@Ciel.World
17 minutes | Jul 12, 2021
JLD Coffee on FIRE
John Lee Dumas is the founder and host of the award winning podcast, Entrepreneurs On Fire. With over 100 million listens of his 3000+ episodes, JLD has turned Entrepreneurs On Fire into a media empire that generates over a million listens every month and 7-figures of NET annual revenue 8-years in a row. His first traditionally published book, The Common Path to Uncommon Success is the modern day version of Think and Grow Rich with a revolutionary 17-step roadmap to financial freedom and fulfillment. Learn more at UncommonSuccessBook.comEOFire websiteBarbara Corcoran EpisodeCoffee from Puerto Rico Hacienda Garden MunozGreat inspiration for discipline: 1 Cor. 9: 24-27 and 2 Tim. 1:7Palmas del Mar, Puerto Rico
16 minutes | Jul 5, 2021
Break out the Mixer! Frappes and Freddos in Greece
Artemis Gavriilidou (Gav reeli du) shared with us how this delightful summer elixir was created in the most pragmatic wayThe difference between frappe and freddoHow the coffee brings us to the table connects us no matter where we areThis episode is part of my Cold Coffee Stack!CoffeeStain PodcastArtemis Drink MixersAndrea's Sculpture website www.woodsculpture.grCiel Coffee by Jen StoneCoffee ExplorerWant to up your coffee game, visit the equator and learn how to really taste coffee? Sign up for my free, espresso-sized coffee course by emailing Jen@Ciel.World.
1 minutes | Jun 21, 2021
Cold Coffee Stack!
Episode 14: Break out the Mixer!Episode 6: The ContendersEpisode 1: ChilledAlternate Links for these amazing contributors:Artemis Gavriilidou at CoffeeStain PodcastCheyenne Lentz at Baked Brewed BeautifulCheyenne's favorite Cold Brew RecipeRyan McDonnell at Elemental Snapchiller
26 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Seth Godin - Episode 2
Episode NotesSPECIAL EPISODE with Seth Godin (2 of 2) We cover:How making a difference that matters might be easier than you thinkGet our hands dirty riffing on coffee roastingSeth reveals the linchpin for selling more coffee!Links of Interest:Food52 reviews Sandor Katz's book on The Art of FermentationThis aromatic coffee from 90+ Farms in PanamaJim Ziolkowski - BuildOnOlympia Crimina Espresso MachineMarco Arment of TumblrGod ShotMonk of Mocha by Dave EggersThe Practice: Shipping Creative Work by Seth GodinThis Is Marketing by Seth GodinCiel Coffee by Jen StoneCoffee ExplorerWant to up your coffee game, visit the equator and learn how to really taste coffee? Sign up for my free, espresso-sized coffee course by emailing Jen@Ciel.World.
18 minutes | May 17, 2021
Seth Godin: Makes Coffee
SPECIAL EPISODE with Seth Godin (1 of 2) You'll hear:What's weird about Seth's coffee obsessionThe trouble with a second opinionWhy being The Best might not be so great after all Links of Interest:Olympia Crimina Espresso MachineMarco Arment of TumblrGod ShotMonk of Mocha by Dave EggersThe Practice: Shipping Creative Work by Seth GodinThis Is Marketing by Seth GodinCup of ExcellenceCiel Coffee by Jen StoneCoffee Explorer Want to up your coffee game, visit the equator and learn how to really taste coffee? Sign up for my free, espresso-sized coffee course by emailing Jen@Ciel.World.Check the second episode when we learn: What's on his coffee table?I first learned about Seth Godin from John Lee Dumas of the famous Entrepreneur on Fire podcast, when he mentioned Seth's Akimbo podcast. The rest is history.
2 minutes | May 17, 2021
The Coffee Course: Intro
Visit Coffee Explorer to sign upIn three short sessions you'll learn about:Where coffee comes from and the people that grow itA framework for tasting and selecting a coffee you likeHow to improve your home brewing to enjoy more coffee flavorsSign up or email Jen@Ciel.WorldSponsored by Ciel Coffee
8 minutes | May 5, 2021
Resource: French Press - the Gateway to Brewing Better
This episode is made available by Ciel Coffee www.Ciel.World Prep Time: 8 minutesBrew Time: 5 minutesOverviewExtracts flavorful oils resulting in a viscous and heavy brewed coffeeYields a full-bodied and rich brew with slight sedimentLighter flavor nuances can be overshadowedYou’ll Need:17 grams Ciel fresh coffee beans for each 8 oz. cupFrieling French pressBaratza Preciso or similar Burr GrinderFresh, filtered water (no apparent odors or tastes)Hot water makerThermometerScaleTimerInstructions:Consult the measurement chart (below) and turn on hot water maker to begin heating ample waterConsult the measurement chart; weigh out the precise amount of coffeeGrind coffee to coarse grind particle size and add it to the pressSet the timer to countdown 5 minutesWhen water is precisely 199˚F, add it to the French press to just below the pour spout and start the timerGently give the grounds a single stir (top off water level when necessary) to release the gases and ensure that all coffee grounds are wetCarefully place the plunging apparatus on the pressAfter 5 minutes, slowly and carefully depress the plunger to the bottom of the pressWhen fully depressed, immediately transfer the brewed coffee to a thermal carafeAllow the coffee to cool for at least 1 minute before enjoyingMeasurements:8 oz French press: 17 grams coffee17 oz French press: 36 grams coffee23 oz French press: 48 grams coffee33 oz French press: 70 grams coffeeFrench Presses to Try:EsproFrielingBodumMake Cold Brew Concentrate in your French Press
14 minutes | Mar 23, 2021
The Contenders: Cold Brewed vs. Iced Coffee
About Cheyenne: Baked, Brewed, Beautiful is a coffee and food blog written by Cheyenne Lentz (Elwell). Cheyenne is the author of The Coffee Journal, a daily coffee brewing log. She is a contributing lifestyle writer for Business Insider, MSN, Yahoo!, and The Spruce in which she regularly writes about coffee and reviews coffee products. She also loves to develop her own personal coffee & coffee pairing recipes at home as a way to relax from a hard day's work.Fire Dept. Coffee - https://www.firedeptcoffee.com/Peace Coffee - https://www.peacecoffee.com/Other Links of Note:Flash Chilled Coffee RecipeToddy Coffee Maker - the classic! PERFECT Cold Brew RecipeThrive Farmers & Chick-fil-ATodd Carmichael, Founder of La ColombeOther roasters to check out: Ciel Coffee, Intelligentsia, Go Get 'em Tiger, Blue Bottle, Dean's BeansCheyenne has a very lyrical voice... listen to her sing Satisfied in You, based on Psalm 42. She is a very talented musician. Besides writing about coffee, you can find her playing and teaching the violin in her home music studio. Her husband is also a musician (piano, guitar, drums), and they often play communion songs at their church.
13 minutes | Mar 4, 2021
Back to OC
This podcast is sponsored by Ciel.World. Ciel provides access to complex, unique and new coffees from the world's most elite growers and delivers them to your door. Visit Ciel.World to check it out.Email Jen or sign up for the most interesting coffee news and tips! Jen@Ciel.WorldMy last trip was a year ago to Orange County. It was a phenomenal experience and covered all the bases of great people, amazing coffee, inspiring surroundings... all A++. (this was an earlier episode, and is a great recap of the Coffee Championships.)From the Kimpton Shorebreak Resort in Huntington BeachDescription of 5 categories of coffee competitionCoffee Champions 2020 - the WinnersReview of Coffee in Good SpiritsCoffee Roasting Championship insightsCoffee Vibe in Southern California602 CoffeePeerless Coffeehttps://www.instagram.com/ciel.coffee.world/https://cielcoffee.blogspot.com/https://www.shorebreakhotel.com/https://ciel.world/Coffee Champions 2020 - the Winners Photo by Lisha Riabinina on Unsplash
10 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
Blue in Green
Learn about why coffees are blended and why coffee is bird-friendly. Email Jen@Ciel.World for more information.Selva Negra Sustainable FarmRainforest Alliance CertifiedBird FriendlyKind of Blue by Miles Davis
30 minutes | Jan 19, 2021
Coffee. Life. Style. Actress Ashley Larsen
We turn the tables on Morning Beat's writer and host to discover how coffee is integral in her life. She shares new ways to experience life and how her show, acting, dining and design expand her world. Embark on a style and culture journey with all the links.Sponsored by Ciel Coffee. Ashley tastes and describes Costa Rica Hacienda Sonora SL-28 in this episode. Click here to order. Morning Beats on Instagram and Facebook @morningbeatstv Ashley on Instagram Facebook @ashes2911 (IG) and https://www.facebook.com/ashley.larsen.545 for fb. Morning Beats on Heartland, RetroTV and Family Channel - check out the January 19, 2021 Episode!On Heartland Roku app and the website www.watchheartlandtv.comAshley and Jen on You Tube"She Walks" co-wrote, acted, produced with Director, Zach Ratchford. "Made in China"- second feature with Zach Ratchford (co-wrote, acted and produced). Check out movie shorts and reviews: Zachary RatchfordOur FAVES:Seth Godin The PracticeMadeleine L'Engle A Wrinkle in TimeSlim AaronsManetRoche BoboisBeverly Hills HotelWe mentioned Dunkin, Folgers and Community Coffee as part of the cultureBreville Coffee GrindersWanderList from the Intrepid GuideUn Flik / Elle
34 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
Got six hours? Great, we're having coffee in Ethiopia with Sam Demisse.
Supported by Ciel Coffee. Email Jen@Ciel.World with questions or sign up for our emails.How Ardi Coffee got its name (from National Geographic)Sam's personal storyVisit the Keffa Coffee website
4 minutes | Jan 1, 2021
E.O.Y. + B.O.Y. 2021!!
2021!!! The calendar is full of interesting and inspiring coffee conversations, insights into how to improve your coffee experience! Happy New Year!Questions - email firstname.lastname@example.org://ciel.world/
13 minutes | Dec 25, 2020
Resource: Grinding - The Particle Article
When coffee is ground, the interior of the bean, along with its delicate flavor oils, is exposed to air. If the grounds are not quickly subjected to brewing, oxygen will begin to degrade the flavor immediately. Therefore, it is imperative to grind coffee just prior to brewing for optimal flavor and freshness. For this reason, all Ciel coffee remains as whole bean to the point of consumption.For best results, Ciel strongly encourages the use of burr grinders, which result in a consistent grind and, unlike blade grinders, will not overheat coffee beans, preserving their essential aromas and oils. The coffee particle size of your grind is determined by your selected brewing method and relates directly to the corresponding brew time. The smaller the particle size of ground coffee, the greater the overall surface area, and the less time it needs in contact with water to extract the perfect flavor. Very fine espresso ground coffee might require 27 seconds of brewing time, while coarser particles are suitable for 5 minutes in a French Press.It is recommended you keep your grinder clean and free of coffee oil build-up, to preserve the truest flavor of Café Privé Sélect.Recommended settings based on the Baratza Vario-W GrindersEspresso Grind - 8Pour Over Grind - 18French Press Grind - 25
28 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
Processing. Or how removing the cherry skin from the coffee bean affects the taste
Contact Jen@Ciel.World with questions and thoughts! Support provided by Ciel Coffee.We visit with Diego via zoom in Costa Rica, and the line is a bit fuzzy at times - apologies. Check out Hacienda Sonora and try their amazing coffees here.
9 minutes | Dec 12, 2020
Resource: Brewing the Perfect Pourover
Listten in as Jen Stone describes how to brew step-by-step. Consistency combined with the proper tools and excellent coffee all combine to make the perfect cup.Email us with questions and thoughts: Jen@Ciel.World Brew GuideYou’ll Need:17 grams Ciel fresh coffee beans for each 8 oz. cupChemex or Hario pourover deviceAble kone or Hario filter paper (paper filters will contribute to a lighter-bodied brew)Baratza Vario W or similar Burr GrinderFresh, filtered or bottled water (no apparent odors or tastes)Hot water makerThermometerScaleTimerInstructions:Consult the measurement chart (below) and turn on hot water maker to begin heating ample waterConsult the measurement chart; weigh out the precise amount of coffeeGrind coffee to medium particle size (see settings on Grind page) in the amount needed just prior to brewingIf applicable, pre-wet filter paper with hot water to assist the extraction processPlace ground coffee in the filter and levelSet the pourover device on top of the scale. With the filter and coffee in place, tare the scale to 0Ensuring the water is precisely 199˚F, start the timer and pour the appropriate quantity of water (consult the measurement chart) in a circular motion onto the coffee bed, ensuring that all grounds are wetAfter the initial pour, wait 45 seconds and watch the coffee bloom and de-gas, as the coffee flavors are extractedAs the aromas emerge, consult the scale and every 30 seconds continue to add between 1 and 4 ounces of water depending on your brew volume. Aim to have all water poured in 3 minutes, spread evenly across 7 equal pours, until the proper volume of water has been added. This can be accomplished with careful measurement or a little practiceLet the water drain completely through the coffeeThis process may take a total brew time of up to 3 minutes and 45 secondsAllow the coffee to cool for at least 1 minute before enjoyingMeasurements:1 cup: 17 grams coffee / 8 oz water (1 oz per pour)2 cups: 34 grams coffee / 16 oz water (2 oz per pour)3 cups: 51 grams coffee / 24 oz water (3 oz per pour)4 cups: 68 grams coffee / 32 oz water (4 oz per pour)
43 minutes | Dec 1, 2020
Labels - Defined
Chris and I discuss the typical information on the specialty coffee label and HOW the information effects the TASTE and your choice. We cover:Coffee Origin and Name (Geographic or Blend)Roast ColorVarietyFreshnessFlavor NotesAltitudeProcessingCertifications & AccoladesFollow up - pH of coffee is about 5Contact Jen@Ciel.World with any questions or thoughts. Visit our sponsor at Ciel.World for access to the Ethiopia Wush Wush mentioned in this episode.Common Grounds Podcasthttps://roastersmarketplace.com/ciel-cafe-prive-select/https://roastersmarketplace.com/product-category/small-batch-roasters/ciel-cafe-prive-select/Chris Greenfield is President of Roaster's Marketplace L.L.C.email: email@example.com://www.facebook.com/roastersmarketplace/
8 minutes | Nov 21, 2020
Tasting - Panama Drima Zede
Visit Ciel.World to learn more and sign up for our emails at Jen@Ciel.World
29 minutes | Nov 12, 2020
Wine (and Coffee) Explained for "Mere Mortals"
Learn about some similarities between wine and coffee with Business Coach turned Wine Lover Nicolette Chinomona. Get the book! Wine for Mere Mortals by Nicolette Chinomona. She joins us from her home in Botswana.Email Jen or sign up for the most interesting coffee news and tips! Jen@Ciel.World / Ciel.World POSTLOGUE After some research, it appears that Nicolette may have a mild caffeine allergy. In the podcast, I speak to mycotoxins, which are harmless. Learn more from healthline with this link.Trace amounts of mycotoxins have been found in coffee beans, but the amounts are far below safety limits and too low to be of practical significance.
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