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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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Theme They ain’t what they Llusta be These coffees should taste familiar, but pay attention! Take notes! Today’s tasting is the last hurrah for Toscano as portrayed by Nueva Llusta from Bolivia and Haru in the role of Apollo. Just Wednesday we began roasting and selling new versions of...
Next week, hard-working, super-talented coffee professionals from around the country—including our very own 2014 regional winners—will compete in the 2014 US Brewers Cup and Barista competitions (Seattle, April 24–27). In January, Mid-Atlantic sales rep Jonathan Bonchak won the 2014...
Theme Late Bloomers Luis Huayhua (pronounced WHY-wuh) and Justina Ramos are two members of the Cenaproc co-operative whose coffees we have isolated from that of other coffee growers in and around the town of Nueva Llusta. Our current offerings from Nueva Llusta hail from the second half of...
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Theme Late Harvest on the Other Side of the World Today we taste coffees from the Colbran family’s estate, Baroida, and from the Tairora Project that represents smaller-scale coffee farms around the estate in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Notes on the Coffees Baroida and...
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