Coffee Chat With Mike Crimmins, of “Daily Shot of Coffee”

 
 
 
life is too short to drink bad coffee


 
“4 ounces of burnt ashtray water”  Listen for this quote in the podcast below!  I had the honor of being asked to do a podcast about coffee by Mike Crimmins, from DailyShotOfCoffee.com, back in February.  I ended up getting pretty sick the day before we were going to connect, and my cough just hung on forever!  We were finally able to get together and chat about….wait for it….COFFEE!   From how people can start the transition from industrial preground coffee to better coffee, our angst towards the ‘healthy coffee’ people, and why I started CoffeeNate.com, we covered it all.  We also talked social media marketing, and what we’re currently up to.


I’d like to thank my friend, Mike, for inviting me onto his show, and allowing me to simul-post the podcast!  Mike is someone that I had never spoken to before this show, but we’ve been ‘talking’ online for more than 3 years.  We launched our coffee websites at nearly the same time, and Mike has always been an encouraging force in my business.  You can connect with Mike on Facebook and Twitter.
 
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Podcast resources:

GoCoffeeGo– A great place to buy excellent coffees from several different quality roasters.
 

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Nate is a special kind of coffee lover. He began drinking the same swill that most others do, but thought there must be something better out there. Sure enough, he was right, even more so than he ever dreamed possible. He soon found his way into the specialty coffee industry, and was tasting exceptional coffees from dozens of roasters from around the country. He is now committed to teaching others how they can appreciate coffee, and how they can make the best coffee in town and save money at the same time! Cheers c[_]

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  • I had a great time chatting Nate. we’ll have to do it again!

    • It was a jolly good time!  I look forward to doing it again c[_]

  • I love reading his blog. Great blog, great guy.