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Ep96 Category: Coffee- Predicting Specialty Coffee Trends with Joe Marrocco aka Roaster Joe Note: at 4:10 we lost some audio of Joe describing his role Fair Wave Coffee Collective. He is in charge of product development for coffee, drinks, and sourcing the coffees they roast. It’s a sad day for Minnesota coffee, as one of our favorites Joe Marrocco has taken a new role in Kansas City with Fair Wave Coffee. Joe has held nearly every role one can imagine in specialty coffee. Head to previous episodes to hear more about him. Sad to see him go, but thrilled for him for the opportunity! In this episode Folly Rob sits down with Roaster Joe to talk about his new role, then move on to predict trends within the specialty coffee industry in the coming years. Enjoy!
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Ep82 Category: Coffee- Joe Marrocco aka Roaster Joe, coffee importer List + Beisler, and discussing commonly used coffee industry terms In this episode, Folly Rob sits down with Joe Marrocco, aka Roaster Joe, for a second time on the Folly Coffee Podcast. Joe has held a number of roles within coffee industry, currently a partner at List + Beisler, Germany based coffee importer. We dig through common industry terms and what they actually mean including organic certification, ethical sourcing, and more. Enjoy!
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Ep27 Category: Coffee/People- Joe Marrocco aka Roaster Joe Episode 27 of the Folly Coffee Podcast features coffee industry professional, Joe Marrocco, aka Roaster Joe. He has been a coffee roaster, educator, roaster salesperson, importer, and more. It is a great conversation covering coffee roasting, coffee roaster machines, Joe's coffee career, how he became a YouTube coffee celebrity, and how collaboration between coffee roasters, especially third wave style coffee roasters, has changed over the past decade. We also briefly discuss the significance of Fair Trade and Organic certified coffee farms. This is a great episode for all you coffee nerds out there. Enjoy!

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Connect with The Coffee Farmers - Talking with Joe Marrocco In this episode we are talking with Joe Marrocco. We talked about his coffee journey, stories and purpose. We also discussed the importance of putting ourselves into the farmers' shoes and try to connect with them.

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#91 - Joe Marrocco Joe Marrocco is a living legend in the coffee world. He is responsible for the beginning of the Mill City Roaster Schools videos, he is a speaker at almost every SCA or Coffee expo in the U.S., and he is a wealth of knowledge when it comes to everything scientific about coffee. He is also co-owner of Hodges Bend, a cocktail bar in Minnesota, and co-owner of the coffee roaster's guild. It was truly an honor to chat with my friend Joe! Enjoy!  Website: joemarrocco.com Instagram: @roasterjoe   How to Reach Caffeine & Green  Instagram: @caffeine_and_green Email: caffeinengreen@gmail.com   Coffee!!!! Get 3 bags of Coffee for $30  USE CODE: "CANDG" Charity coffee's excluded from offer sevenseasroasting.com/pages/coffee    BEER!!! thorn.beer
April 2020–Joe Marrocco [EP11] Last month, I was having a conversation with Joe Marrocco at the United States Coffee Championships. We were walking, and a random person stopped him, and told him just how influential he was to their roasting career.  There are not a lot of people as influential to the world of coffee roasting as Joe. He’s the featured roaster here at Matchbook this April, and as I’m writing—and now saying—this, it feels difficult to summarize the career of someone who is so embedded in our community. And now, during the time of the COVID-19 crisis, he’s someone I’m especially looking to for guidance and support.  This is a heartbreaking time for coffee—and a time whose implications we don’t fully yet understand. Baristas across the nation have lost their jobs, and there’s a lot of uncertainty about what happens next. How will we get money to baristas? How will we help small businesses reopen so they can hire back the folks who have been laid off?  For Joe’s release, we’ve teamed up with Glitter Cat Barista Bootcamp to set up a barista relief fund. We’ll be donating all the profits from this month’s box, and work to get this money directly in the hands of baristas. Depending on how much money we make, we hope to get cash payments between $100-$200 to folks who have been laid off—we’ll have more details for you soon on our Instagram. For now, please enjoy this candid episode with Joe—it’s a little all over the place, like our feelings are right now, but we hope you can glean a little from one of coffee’s shining stars. Here’s Joe:
020 : Joe Marrocco : Transparency, Origin Knowledge, and Your Shop : How to approach and apply coffee origin information to enhance and not detract from the cafe experience There is a lot of farm information available to us today in coffee. The question is how do we use that information & what is the line between overloading the customer and enhancing their experience? What purpose does all this knowledge serve? Today Joe Marrocco of Coffee Imports helps us not only answer these questions but also talks about the relationship between the cafe, the producer, and everything in between.    Joe Marrocco has been working in Specialty Coffee since 2005, where he started at a small, but mighty, café in southeast Missouri. Joe has been a barista, a café manager, a roaster, an educator, a leader in the Barista Guild of America, a barista competitor, a BBQ judge, a server and expeditor, and many more things both in and out of coffee. Basically, he loves the service industry, coffee, food, and people. He is also a husband of nearly 15 years, and the father of two. He is the Sr. Sales Associate and Director of Education at Café Imports, Educator in collaboration with Mill City Roasters, Co-host of the Opposites Extract Podcast, and Chair of the Membership and Communications Committee on the Roasters Guild Executive Council. Show Notes  www.cafeimports.com www.millcityroasters.com www.oppositesextract.com www.joemarrocco.com Insta and Twitter: @roasterjoe Email: joe@cafeimports.com
217 : Should you Roast your own Coffee? w/ Joe Marrocco Ah roasting coffee, many shop owners are planning what they want their business to look like in the future and how they can make it more resilient and roasters/retailers seem to have some more flexibility in what they can do in this crisis. the idea to roast coffee for yourself can seem fairly simple but there are more issues to consider than one may think. What is the case for and against roasting your own coffee and how can you make the right choice for your business? What are the key considerations to work through that determine if you will be a good roaster or a bad one? Today we get to really explore this subject and generally the art of being a great roaster with the ever insightful, Joe Marrocco! Joe is heading up the U.S. division of German based green coffee importer List and Beisler and has been an accomplished coffee professional since 2005. Joe has been a barista, a café manager, a roaster, an educator, a leader in the Barista Guild of America, and a barista competitor. Prior to List and Beisler he was the long time Sr. Sales Associate and Director of Education at Café Imports, and Educator in collaboration with Mill City Roasters and is widely considered the go-to guy in the industry for deeply useful and practical knowledge in all things roasting.  I am thrilled to have Joe back on the show to explore the subject of becoming a roaster and whether it is the right move for you to make or the worst move you could make. In typical Marrocco fashion, Joe lays out several well reasoned approaches to both sides of the issue and we leave having gained clarity and direction.  In this episode you will learn: Why you should or should not start roasting The logistical concerns behind the scenes Do you save actually money? The metric of joy and health Questions and Factors in profitability Benefits of retail before wholesale  Manual vs automation in roasting equipment Tips for being a good roaster and avoid being a bad one  Trends vs authenticity Links: www.list-beisler.coffee Joe on Instagram Joe on Twitter List and Beisler on Instagram   Related episodes: 026 : What Your Roaster Wants You to Know w/ U.S. Roasting Champion Mark Michaelson 063 : What Your Roaster Wants You to Know w/ Rob Hoos Joe gives Career Advice 20 : Transparency and Origin Knowledge in the Cafe w/ Joe Marrocco     The BEST in commercial coffee equipment www.prima-coffee.com/keys   Want the best plant based beverage for your coffee drinks?  www.pacificfoods.com/food-service
Building an Accessible Coffee Menu w/ Joe Marrocco Joe is back! This time for a shift break episode focused on building a coffee menu from the ground up that is tuned in to meet your customers, and their taste buds, where they are on their coffee journey.  NOW is the time to really drill down and focus on customizing your offerings for accessibility, ease of use, wider availability, and thinking through how you will set the customer up to thoroughly enjoy the roasted coffee you sell on the shelf.  In this shift break we discuss the mentality, tools, and actions needed to build a great coffee program for the people!  Links: www.list-beisler.coffee Joe on Instagram Joe on Twitter List and Beisler on Instagram   CLICK TO JOIN THE MIGHTY NETWORK!    Related episodes: 026 : What Your Roaster Wants You to Know w/ U.S. Roasting Champion Mark Michaelson 063 : What Your Roaster Wants You to Know w/ Rob Hoos Joe gives Career Advice 20 : Transparency and Origin Knowledge in the Cafe w/ Joe Marrocco   Batch Brew like you never thought possible: Ground Control Cyclops Brewer   Amazing grinders making great coffee easy to achieve BARATZA GRINDERS
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