17 Apr '18, 5pm

Unpacking Coffee with Kandace and Ray: George Howell, Part 1

“It’s a little bit like having a beautiful color photograph in a sunlit room — a year later, it’s going toward sepia. That was my problem; it may be seasonal in May, but is it really seasonal in July and I still have it?” Howell said of green inventory. “So we started freezing coffee, and then we just take out what we need for a few weeks, and we roast that.”

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