A Cup of Joe with Bryan Hibbard

How far out should your pinky go when drinking fine coffee? What’s the difference between a French Press and French Vanilla?  What’s the magic behind sharing a cup of coffee with someone?

Bryan Hibbard and I met at his new coffee shop Fort Bend Coffee Roasters and I invited him to the table based on his knowledge and passion for all things coffee.  Like so many people he started his shop after a lifetime of experiencing the intimate benefits of sharing coffee with friends and family coupled with the pursuit of a great cup of joe.

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A special thanks to the musical talent of our friend and guest of the show David HaLevy for writing and performing the sound to our intro and outgoing music.  Check out the Ruach Guitar Facebook Page he makes by hand and plays as well as on Instagram.   We are very humbled and grateful for this personal touch to the show and cherish it greatly.   תודה David!

Thanks to YouTuber Ryennyte for applying his editing skills to the audio and cleaning it up for us.  You can find and subscribe to his YouTube Channel here.  Proud of my son as he’s actually learning about working through this opportunity…he’s always very talented at script writing, editing audio and video software and video effects.  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDGGfMs8evTpUW2NfRykgMg

Special thanks to Chris Huskins for suggesting a standing approach to recording the pod which I love now!

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