Anetrice Strobles-Brown on her fascination with language, how she became a sensory scientist, and why sensory lexicons are important in the food and beverage industry. This talk was recorded at #RecoDublin in June 2016.
Kalle Freese on the failures, successes, and insights he’s gained on his mission to make great instant coffee. This talk was recorded at #RecoDublin in June 2016.
Peter Giuliano on the story of the collaboration involving two scientific studies, two institutions, three countries, and hundreds of participants that helped create the Coffee Taster’s Flavor Wheel. This talk was recorded at #RecoDublin in June 2016.
Training for subjectivity can be time-consuming and expensive. At Re:co Dublin 2016, CoffeeMinds sensory scientist Ida Steen presents her PhD work on identifying sensory learning strategies and training, to close the gap between subjectivity and objectivity as effectively as possible.
Stories are baked into the specialty coffee experience. At Re:co Dublin, Nick Cooper of Salt Media explains how important those stories are to tell in order to break through the noise.
Adina Wasserman, Director of Market Research at Marketing General Incorporated, presents the findings of a ground-breaking consumer research study
Bill Murray is the chief staff officer at the National Coffee Association. In this Re:co Atlanta talk, he presents the findings of a groundbreaking study into the Coffee Industry’s impact on the US economy.
John Buckner, Vice President of Marketing for S&D Coffee and Tea, shines a light on the motivations and preferences of the Millennial generation of coffee drinkers.
Climate change is a global crisis which is having a profound impact on the coffee plant. This #RecoAtlanta talk from Hanna Neuschwander, Director of Communications at World Coffee Research, lays out the challenges climate change poses for coffee.
The effect of Climate change is reshaping coffee production -this talk at #RecoAtlanta from Aaron Davis, Senior Research Leader of Plant Resources at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, presents the findings of ‘The Ethiopian Coffee Atlas’ research project to quantify these effects and provide possible mitigation strategies.