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Episode #71: The Rose Establishment – Bloom Where You Are Planted


Coffee shops have taken on a very important social role in communities. They facilitate local art, local food and beverage vendors, and serve as warm and quiet places for people to work, collaborate, and gather. However, the social aspect has lessoned as coffee shops have more and more evolved into places of work. The Rose Establishment, however, wanted to bring the social back to the equation.

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Episode #45: Watchtower Cafe – The Idea That Never Went Away


Salt Lake City has a secret. It’s full of nerds. Tabletop games, cosplaying, cons, comics, geeky podcasts. Hell, we were even voted one of the nerdiest states in the country. The amount of accessibility to various geeky interests is growing, and what was once an underground and mocked culture has risen to the top of the pop culture pile. It’s now hip to be a nerd.

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Episode 34: Three Pines Coffee – Salt Lake City’s Newest Coffee Shop


A new coffee shop is coming to town, right in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, and they’re called Three Pines Coffee. Three Pines will be joining the ranks of a small handful of specialty coffee shops in the downtown area, where the coffee and espresso is expensive, but brewed with love from higher-quality beans and served-up by well-trained baristas who are passionate about providing a great coffee experience.
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Episode 7: The Queens’ Tea – Michael Ferguson & Seth Anderson talk tea, their lawsuit, and how they help LGBT teens


Today we interview Michael Ferguson and Seth Anderson, the two behind The Queens’ Tea — a tea blending and sourcing company they started in Utah in late 2012 when they realized they wanted to share their passion for tea with a larger audience than just their family and friends.

After scouring Asia for great tea farms and suppliers, they launched The Queens’ Tea at the Sundance Film Festival, and if you’ve been to Publik, Zest Restaurant, 3 Cups Coffee, Delcetti Gelato, or La Barba you’ve probably seen their tea on display, as their brand is now a staple at quality coffee shops and restaurants in Utah.

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Episode 3: Blue Copper – A conversation about coffee with Patrick Andrews


In this episode we talk with Patrick Andrews, the man behind Blue Copper Roasters — a coffee roasting company that supplies the coffee and espresso beans to many high-end “third wave” coffee houses in Utah. In 2014 Blue Copper merged with No Brow Coffee and launched their new and improved Coffee Room on 179 West 900 South that offers tasting classes and a full offering of espresso and coffee drinks and baked goods.

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