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AA Cafe Podcast

Brian@DoubleShotCoffee.com

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AA Cafe Podcast
AA Cafe Podcast

AA Cafe Podcast

Brian@DoubleShotCoffee.com

4
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Plays
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Explore coffee through history, science, music, and other vaguely-related topics. Join Brian Franklin from Tulsa-based DoubleShot Coffee Company and co-host Mark Brown from Argentfork.com as they meander around coffee-inspired ideas and engaging interviews.

Latest Episodes

AA Cafe #125 - Scott Stulen

Scott Stulen, the director of Philbrook Museum of Art, is a regular at DoubleShot Coffee Company. He talks about the changes he is making at Philbrook, how he thinks about art differently, and the special coffee collaborations between Philbrook and DoubleShot.

60 MINOCT 30
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AA Cafe #125 - Scott Stulen

AA Cafe #124 - DoubleShot Folk

Mark is the featured "folk" in a new podcast produced by Brian Franklin of DoubleShot Coffee Company. In this episode, Mark and Brian announce the release of the new podcast series that tells the story of some of the unique characters who are DoubleShot Folk. Search for this new podcast in your podcast app.

38 MINSEP 6
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AA Cafe #124 - DoubleShot Folk

AA Cafe #123 - Doug Zell

Doug Zell was in Tulsa to race his bicycle at Tulsa Tough, an annual 3-day cycling event for amateur and pro racers and riders. After all the racing had ended, he and Brian sat down to discuss life after Intelligentsia.

50 MINJUL 26
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AA Cafe #123 - Doug Zell

AA Cafe #122 - The Rookery

DoubleShot Coffee Company moved into its new home, The Rookery. In this episode, Mark and Brian talk about the new digs, the transition from the original location, and they hear what the people think who inhabit the unique build.

44 MINMAR 19
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AA Cafe #122 - The Rookery

AA Cafe #121 - Panama

This episode is about much more than Panama. It's a culmination of experiences from India to Colombia to Panama, inclusive of Costa Rica, Guatemala, and many other places Brian buys coffee. It's about sales and considering the future of coffee. And it's the last episode to be recorded in the basement at 18th & Boston.

37 MINFEB 27
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AA Cafe #121 - Panama

AA Cafe #120 - India

After a week's journey to the opposite side of the planet, Brian returns to discuss his first trip to India. Traveling with Melind John of Josuma Coffee, Brian was immersed into a new culture with new cuisine in the land of wandering cows. The DoubleShot has been using India's Monsooned Malabar coffee in the Ambergris Espresso Blend since opening, but this is his first glimpse into the country's coffee culture and agriculture.

48 MINFEB 5
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AA Cafe #120 - India

AA Cafe #119 - Hartmann Anaerobic Natural Gesha

Mark and Brian reunite to taste and discuss the Hartmann Anaerobic Natural Gesha coffee. A phone call from archaeologist Paul Bowman gives some insight into 1950s Panama. And the episode concludes with 10 things that are not unhappy. You should make your own list.

44 MIN2018 DEC 17
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AA Cafe #119 - Hartmann Anaerobic Natural Gesha

AA Cafe #118 - Hartmann Gesha Zuto Natural

Mark Brown returns to taste and talk about the Hartmann Gesha Zuto Natural. Aliss Hartmann tells a little about her family history and some about the coffee we're drinking. Mark and Brian struggle to put into words the experience of the Gesha with its food pairing, a fresh blueberry lemon bar. Find this coffee at www.DoubleShotCoffee.com

28 MIN2018 DEC 2
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AA Cafe #118 - Hartmann Gesha Zuto Natural

AA Cafe#117 - Miramonte

This is a special episode to talk all about our first holiday coffee of the year, Miramonte Sarchimor Natural. Guest-host, Huxley and I talk about the various aspects of this excellent coffee, and then I ring up Viviana Gurdian to have her tell us about growing up in coffee and what she and her father, Ricardo are doing now at Hacienda Miramonte. Buy this coffee while it lasts at DoubleShotCoffee.com

24 MIN2018 NOV 22
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AA Cafe#117 - Miramonte

AA Cafe #116 - Archaeology (part 2)

Paul Bowman returns to bring us from Paleolithic to Prehistoric in our search to understand man's early experience with caffeinated beverages.

37 MIN2018 NOV 8
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AA Cafe #116 - Archaeology (part 2)

Latest Episodes

AA Cafe #125 - Scott Stulen

Scott Stulen, the director of Philbrook Museum of Art, is a regular at DoubleShot Coffee Company. He talks about the changes he is making at Philbrook, how he thinks about art differently, and the special coffee collaborations between Philbrook and DoubleShot.

60 MINOCT 30
Comments
AA Cafe #125 - Scott Stulen

AA Cafe #124 - DoubleShot Folk

Mark is the featured "folk" in a new podcast produced by Brian Franklin of DoubleShot Coffee Company. In this episode, Mark and Brian announce the release of the new podcast series that tells the story of some of the unique characters who are DoubleShot Folk. Search for this new podcast in your podcast app.

38 MINSEP 6
Comments
AA Cafe #124 - DoubleShot Folk

AA Cafe #123 - Doug Zell

Doug Zell was in Tulsa to race his bicycle at Tulsa Tough, an annual 3-day cycling event for amateur and pro racers and riders. After all the racing had ended, he and Brian sat down to discuss life after Intelligentsia.

50 MINJUL 26
Comments
AA Cafe #123 - Doug Zell

AA Cafe #122 - The Rookery

DoubleShot Coffee Company moved into its new home, The Rookery. In this episode, Mark and Brian talk about the new digs, the transition from the original location, and they hear what the people think who inhabit the unique build.

44 MINMAR 19
Comments
AA Cafe #122 - The Rookery

AA Cafe #121 - Panama

This episode is about much more than Panama. It's a culmination of experiences from India to Colombia to Panama, inclusive of Costa Rica, Guatemala, and many other places Brian buys coffee. It's about sales and considering the future of coffee. And it's the last episode to be recorded in the basement at 18th & Boston.

37 MINFEB 27
Comments
AA Cafe #121 - Panama

AA Cafe #120 - India

After a week's journey to the opposite side of the planet, Brian returns to discuss his first trip to India. Traveling with Melind John of Josuma Coffee, Brian was immersed into a new culture with new cuisine in the land of wandering cows. The DoubleShot has been using India's Monsooned Malabar coffee in the Ambergris Espresso Blend since opening, but this is his first glimpse into the country's coffee culture and agriculture.

48 MINFEB 5
Comments
AA Cafe #120 - India

AA Cafe #119 - Hartmann Anaerobic Natural Gesha

Mark and Brian reunite to taste and discuss the Hartmann Anaerobic Natural Gesha coffee. A phone call from archaeologist Paul Bowman gives some insight into 1950s Panama. And the episode concludes with 10 things that are not unhappy. You should make your own list.

44 MIN2018 DEC 17
Comments
AA Cafe #119 - Hartmann Anaerobic Natural Gesha

AA Cafe #118 - Hartmann Gesha Zuto Natural

Mark Brown returns to taste and talk about the Hartmann Gesha Zuto Natural. Aliss Hartmann tells a little about her family history and some about the coffee we're drinking. Mark and Brian struggle to put into words the experience of the Gesha with its food pairing, a fresh blueberry lemon bar. Find this coffee at www.DoubleShotCoffee.com

28 MIN2018 DEC 2
Comments
AA Cafe #118 - Hartmann Gesha Zuto Natural

AA Cafe#117 - Miramonte

This is a special episode to talk all about our first holiday coffee of the year, Miramonte Sarchimor Natural. Guest-host, Huxley and I talk about the various aspects of this excellent coffee, and then I ring up Viviana Gurdian to have her tell us about growing up in coffee and what she and her father, Ricardo are doing now at Hacienda Miramonte. Buy this coffee while it lasts at DoubleShotCoffee.com

24 MIN2018 NOV 22
Comments
AA Cafe#117 - Miramonte

AA Cafe #116 - Archaeology (part 2)

Paul Bowman returns to bring us from Paleolithic to Prehistoric in our search to understand man's early experience with caffeinated beverages.

37 MIN2018 NOV 8
Comments
AA Cafe #116 - Archaeology (part 2)
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