Month: February 2014

Come join us at The Jeffrey for a lunchtime coffee tasting with the Brooklyn Roasting Company!

On Tuesday, March 11th, we’ll be serving up free samples of some of Brooklyn Roasting Company’s tastiest single origin brews to pair with lunch at The Jeffrey. The Jeffrey is a great craft beer and gastropub destination, during the day or at night. Coffee selections will include coffees from Sidamo, Ethiopia, Colombia, and Bali. Tasting …

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Brooklyn Roasting Company Coffee now Available at The New School’s Arnold Hall

Brooklyn Roasting Company began serving sustainable and superbly flavorful coffee and espresso drinks to the New School’s Arnold Hall this semester.  We are proud to support the school’s transition to providing their students with fair trade coffee and supporting local businesses.  The New School Free Press did a round up about the new Arnold Hall …

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Donate any Amount to WNYC this Saturday and Receive a tin of BRC’s Broadcast Blend

Once again, Brooklyn Roasting Company is proud to be a part of WNYC’s Winter Pledge Drive. This Saturday, February 22nd, from midnight-10am, tune in or log on to WNYC, pledge any amount to their donation drive and you’ll receive a 12 oz tin of BRC’s WNYC Broadcast Blend as a gift. After 10am, you can …

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Brooklyn Roasting Company is on the map… the NYC Subway Coffee map.

Earlier this month, app company Butterfield Labs came out with a unique coffee subway map that had New York coffee drinkers a-buzz.  The map marked the best place a subway rider could get a cup of coffee at every stop in Manhattan.  Luckily for the outer borough dwellers, they’ve updated the map to include parts …

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Study: Biodiversity leads to Better Coffee Harvests

According to a new study by researchers at University of Würzburg published in Proceedings Of The Royal Society B, bird, bee and bat access to coffee plants to grown in the Kilimanjaro greatly enhanced quantity and quality of harvests.  In each of the area’s traditional growing systems (sun, shade and Chagga gardens), coffee fruit sets …

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Coffee, even Decaf, can help cut your risk of Diabetes

According to an analysis of 28 studies published in this month’s Diabetes Care, coffee consumption will reduce the risk for type 2 diabetes.  To quote the study, “caffeinated coffee and decaffeinated coffee consumption were both associated with a lower risk of diabetes”.  The study’s findings were unchanging on the basis of both gender and coffee-brewing …

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