Are You Obsessed with Your Daily Grind?


If you can’t live without your daily cup of coffee, grab your favorite mug and get thee to your local store, for Know Your Joe, this year’s coffee event. It's your chance to sip some of the best coffees the world has to offer, meet the coffee growers and farmers who produce them, and learn how to brew the best cup of coffee possible. 

We’ve invited some of the best roasters of specialty coffee the world has to offer. Join them for Cooking School cupping sessions where in one hour, they will teach you how beans are selected, guide you through a professional tasting of beans, and answer your questions about coffee and the various ways that it can be made. Among the coffee roasters hosting cupping sessions during the event are:
Addison Coffee Roasters: The longest operating micro-roasterie in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 
   - Plano, Friday, March 7. Register >
   - Southlake, Friday, March 7. Register


Casa Brasil Coffees: The Austin-based coffee company sources, imports, and roasts beans exclusively from artisanal growers in Brazil.
   - Fort Worth, Friday, March 7. Register >

Cuvée Coffee: A craft coffee company in Austin that began in 1998 in a Dallas warehouse.
   - Austin North Lamar, Friday, March 7. Register >

Addison Coffee Roasters: The longest operating micro-roasterie in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. 
   - Plano, Friday, March 7. Register >
   - Southlake, Friday, March 7. Register

Katz Coffee: Owner Avi Katz started Houston's Katz Coffee with a mission to help customers find the perfect cup of coffee. 
   - Houston, Monday, March 3. Register >
   - Plano, Monday, March 3. Register >

What's Brewing: What's Brewing is one of San Antonio's premier gourmet coffee roasters and retailers.
   - San Antonio, Firday, March 7. Register >

While you're in store with coffee on the brain already, don't miss in-store demos by some of favorite specialty coffee roasters, including:

Casa Brasil: The Austin-based coffee company sources, imports, and roasts beans exclusively from artisanal growers in Brazil. 

Lola Savannah: Lola Savannah opened its doors in 1995 in Austin as one of the first micro-roasters in Texas. 

Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters: Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters now supplies coffee to Dallas area coffeehouses, restaurants, and retailers.

Check your store's Events Calendar for specific dates and times. 

Whether you’re a mornings-only or an all-day java drinker, a coffee guru or a fresh-brewed newbie, you're guaranteed to learn something during Know Your Joe! 
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4 Comment(s):

Denise wrote on 3/8/2014 10:11:19 AM

This event advertises going through March 11th, but the last one I see listed here is for March 7th. Feeling a bit frustrated...

Ann Melamed wrote on 3/5/2014 4:40:30 PM

I love freshly roasted, freshly ground, freshly pressed coffee as well as anyone, but sometimes the lowly K-cup has to do in a pinch. Independence Coffee has just come out with single-cup "Jet Fuel", and I do so wish CM would sell it. Thanks

Marsha Berryman wrote on 3/5/2014 2:49:56 PM

I agree with Kathy 100 per cent. Java Pura is the BEST.

Kathy Ballanfant wrote on 2/26/2014 9:55:52 AM

Need to have Java Pura in there! That's my favorite local roaster! Why bring in folks from Austin when you have Java Pura right here in Houston?

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