Throughout its long history, coffee has been cast in very different roles: exotic beverage, colonial good, global commodity – but also as a staple of the local cuisines of the countries where it was produced. Leaning on an ongoing Sociological study conducted in Paris, today’s lecturer - Noa Berger - will show how specialty coffee changes and adapts to the culture of the countries in which it is introduced, and exploring what it means for coffee, a global commodity, to become “local.”
Full show notes: https://share.transistor.fm/s/1f6556db
- Follow along with Noa's lecture slides
- Read Noa's piece in Issue 9 of 25
- Learn more about this year's World of Coffee in Warsaw
- Submit a lecture proposal
- Listen to other episodes of the SCA Podcast
- Subscribe to Recap
What is Specialty Coffee Association Podcast?
A podcast series from the Specialty Coffee Association presenting stories, lectures, and debates from the SCA's global events. The SCA is a non-profit organization that represents thousands of coffee professionals, from producers to baristas all over the world. Learn more at www.sca.coffee.