Daniel Humphries is a specialty coffee consultant and general all-purpose geek living in New York City. He writes the bi-weekly Coffee Scholar column for Divine Caroline.<br><br> Daniel travels around the world to coffee-producing and coffee-consuming countries in search of the perfect cup. He also hosts coffee events in New York and around North America. If you are interested, or you just want to learn more about fantastic coffee, you can check out <b><a rel="nofollow" href="http://danielhumphries.typepad.com/" target="_new">DANIEL'S COFFEE BLOG</a></b><br><br> If you would like to learn more about coffee directly from Daniel, whether for your home or business, or if you would like to talk to him about hosting an event for your private party, check out <em><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.coffeescholars.com" target="_new">COFFEE SCHOLARS</a></em>.<br><br> When not picking, roasting, grinding, preparing, drinking, or writing about coffee, Daniel enjoys Russian novels, Seattle Seahawks games, and proving that the probability of (A given B) is equal to the probability of (B given A) times the marginal probability of (A) divided by the prior probability of (B)!
Stories by Daniel Humphries
I’ve got my score sheet right here in front of me. It says (and I am not making this up)—banana, papaya, pineapple, raspberry, mangos...