<p>Cyndi Patterson interviews<span style= "font-weight: 400;"> Joseph Gonzales, co-founder of Espresso State of Mind in New York City. </span></p> <p>"<span style="font-weight: 400;">I am so honored to have been able to chat with a leader in one of the most expansive coffee communities in the world, New York City," says Patterson, "with a little under 5,000 shops serving around eight million people, this coffee community is home to a multitude of sub-communities. How do you even maintain community during a period where the safest thing you can do is isolate?"</span></p> <p>"<span style="font-weight: 400;">Listen and laugh with us as I pick his brain on how he and the Espresso State of Mind crew have managed to extract the dopest elements that the New York coffee scene has to offer while keeping his community caffeinated enough to keep pushing for a safer tomorrow."</span></p> <p><a href="http://bit.ly/35VC4Xyg">Transcript available here</a>.<br /> <br /></p> <p><em>This episode is sponsored by <a href= "https://www.seattlecoffeegear.com">Seattle Coffee Gear</a>.</em></p>

Cascara

Sprudge Media

Joseph W. Gonzales

JAN 20, 202148 MIN
Cascara

Joseph W. Gonzales

JAN 20, 202148 MIN

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Cyndi Patterson interviews Joseph Gonzales, co-founder of Espresso State of Mind in New York City. 

"I am so honored to have been able to chat with a leader in one of the most expansive coffee communities in the world, New York City," says Patterson, "with a little under 5,000 shops serving around eight million people, this coffee community is home to a multitude of sub-communities. How do you even maintain community during a period where the safest thing you can do is isolate?"

"Listen and laugh with us as I pick his brain on how he and the Espresso State of Mind crew have managed to extract the dopest elements that the New York coffee scene has to offer while keeping his community caffeinated enough to keep pushing for a safer tomorrow."

Transcript available here.

This episode is sponsored by Seattle Coffee Gear.