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Eddie Green
 
Eddie Green
Apprentice Roaster
Bay Area

Eddie was introduced to specialty coffee in early 2011 when he began working as a barista in Raleigh, North Carolina, at Jubala Coffee. He eventually came to manage the kitchen, however his passion and pursuit of knowledge was always for the coffee. A few months after he made the switch to full-time barista, he applied for a job at Counter Culture and joined the production staff. He has recently moved over to the roasting department as an apprentice.

Outside of coffee, his strongest passion is broadening his understanding of the history of art and artists: everything from cave paintings to religious art, Impressionism to abstract expressionism. He lives in California.
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