KLLR Coffee Blog

Training in Your Cafe Pt. 1 - Why Train?

Training in Your Cafe Pt. 1 - Why Train?

This blog explores the importance of implementing and maintaining a high-quality, internal training program.

US Coffee Championships 2020 Recap

US Coffee Championships 2020 Recap

Last weekend, Track One in Nashville, TN hosted the largest qualifying event for U.S. Coffee Championships of the year. The only event to host all ...

New Small Batch! Costa Rica Don Mayo

New Small Batch! Costa Rica Don Mayo

It hasn't been a year since we changed our small batch, just a year since we've blogged about! Ironically, we decided to do it on another Costa Ri...

How Often Should I Change My Burrs?

How Often Should I Change My Burrs?

Our guide to how often you should change your grinders burrs.

New Small Batch -- Costa Rica Magdalena Vega

New Small Batch -- Costa Rica Magdalena Vega

Magdalena Vega inherited a large plot of land along with her seven brothers. Her slice is about five hectares, mostly made up of Caturra coffee tr...

Our latest Colombia - Veredas Vecinos

Our latest Colombia - Veredas Vecinos

Our new Colombia is made up of coffees from several neighboring towns in Narino including La Union, Buesaco, Taminango, and some others. For this r...

Small Batch - Rwanda Gitesi

Small Batch - Rwanda Gitesi

Gahizi Alexis used to manage a branch of a large bank, then he was a teacher in Congo, then he moved to Burundi and opened a coffee shop. After t...

Colombia Inzá San Antonio

The Inza province is located in Cauca, Colombia. The high altitude, good climate, and generations of perfecting farming practices made Cauca famous...

Our first coffee. Ethiopia Duromina.

Our first coffee. Ethiopia Duromina.

This coffee is near and dear to us for two reasons: because it is the first coffee we dialed-in and sold to our wholesale partners.  1) it is the ...