Calling all Arizona baristas: show us your best latte artwork.
Send in a photo, and I’ll do a post here sharing all of them. This isn’t a competition, just a fun show-and-tell experience. If it works out, maybe we’ll have an online contest for Arizona baristas in the future.
Arizona Coffee sponsor Service Associates is hiring in Tucson and Phoenix. They’re looking for service techs to install and repair coffee and espresso equipment. Get in touch if you are interested, and ask for Stephen Bourque.
Considering I live in Arizona, I’m amazed I have never seen a latte art indian chief design before. Check out this YouTube clip showing some examples. Here is another clip with some additional details.
What makes a great coffee shop interior? Is it ambiance, quality furnishings, noise-level, cleanliness? Or something else?
What is most important to you?
Also, for those companies and individuals that specialize in interior design / architecture / exterior signage – feel free to leave a constructive comment along with your contact information. Maybe this post can become a resource for those in Arizona who are looking for someone to help them design their coffee shop.
On my way to the office on Thursday morning I stopped at Lux to have a cappuccino and experience the new shop. Just about a month ago is when Lux moved from their old location a few feet away to the larger and more expansive building next door.
My first impressions when entering was that the shop was amazingly detailed inside. It is apparent that a lot of attention and care has been invested into every corner of the store.
It’s unlike any other coffee shop I have ever visited.
My cappuccino was dry (the foam was airy), and that’s not how I like mine (To me, it seems like a waste of a perfect chance to make some frothy, creamy milk). But, I did enjoy a shot of espresso, thanks to Jeff Fischer, which was delicious.