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Jared Sinclair
 
Jared Sinclair
Wholesale Customer Support
Charleston
843.530.0044

Jared has a lot to be proud of when it comes to coffee in Charleston— He was the first barista in Charleston to go to a specialty coffee competition, he ran Charleston's first pour-over coffee bar, Hope and Union, and trained many of the best baristas in town, who are going on to train their own baristas.

Jared lives in Charleston and loves music, playing flute and guitar (both badly) and collecting vinyl. In his words, he is interested in a lot of awfully boring things: philosophy of science and continental epistemology, poetics, mid-century gay poets (especially Frank O'Hara and Jack Spicer), contemporary avant-garde classical chamber music, education theory, Pokemon, Star Wars, bowties, creepypasta, and The Cosby Show.
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