Naked Coffee: Changes

September 5, 2017 ||

“Time may change me, but I can’t trace time.”   The two-story cottage on the corner of Q&15th is a modest entity. Its Victorian façade of matte earth tones blends easily into the rows of residential lots flanking it on each cross-street. Out back is a small courtyard shrouded by two Japanese maples with a… Read More »

Naked Coffee: A Small Biz Manifesto

August 2, 2017 ||

I started working for Naked Coffee in Feb 2011. I was hired on as a cashier at the Midtown location, but not before completing a 3-day crash course on coffee & tea academics with pass-fail quizzes and a written final proctored by the owner himself. Give or take a few minor details, this is the… Read More »