Let’s Play Barista Magazine’s Humpday Giveaway! #52 (March 5, 2014 Edition)

Alright, alright, alright, (we say in honor of Matthew McConaughey, excuse us that’s Oscar winner Matthew  McConaughey) it’s Wednesday! And of course, hardly even needs saying at this point, but Wednesday’s are when we play Humpday Giveaway our weekly trivia contest for fun and awesome prizes!

This week’s prize comes to us from the great folks at Prima Coffee Equipment.  It’s a great way to brew a tasty cup of your favorite coffee, and really a must have for  any home (or travel) brew station. It’s a Clever Coffee Dripper, and it comes with a 100-pack of Melitta filters, so you can start brewing as soon as you open your kit.

Here’s what Prima has to say about the Clever:

Want to brew a great cup? We got a tool for that right here!
Want to brew a great cup? We got a tool for that right here!

Aptly named the Clever, Abid’s full-immersion dripper produces a clean, tasty cup that couldn’t be any easier to use. To brew a cup, simply place a filter in the brewer, add ground coffee, pour water over the coffee, steep for 2-4 minutes, and then place the dripper on top of your cup. The cup’s rim engages the release valve and the coffee begins to drain through the bottom of the dripper into your cup. Depending on the size selected, this brewer takes either a standard #2 or #4 filter, either of which can be selected after clicking “Add to Cart.” If more filters are needed, see our listing for  Melitta coffee filters  .

  • Durable BPA-free plastic body

  • Includes dripper, lid, and coaster

  • Works best with #2 or #4 size filters

  • Available in 18-ounce (yields ~16 ounces) or 10-ounce (yields ~10 ounces) size

  • Designed for manual, immersion-style coffee brewing

  • Brews one cup at a time

Sounds awesome, right? Well it is, and it can be yours with this week’s Humpday Giveaway.

This week's prize donated by Prima Coffee Equipment, a Clever Dripper.
This week’s prize donated by Prima Coffee Equipment, a Clever Dripper.

First up let’s check out the rules, and then we’ll get to the question.

Humpday Giveaway Rules

”Answer the trivia question by referencing the  current issue of Barista Magazine. You can look at the whole issue for free online by going  HERE.

”Leave  your answer  plus your  FIRST and LAST names, as well as  your country of residence, in the blog comments section. Oh, and yeah, we’ll ship this prize to anywhere in the world.  

”Answers may be submitted between  7  a.m. PST on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, through 6:59 a.m. PST on Thursday, March 6, 2014.

”The names of those who submitted the correct answer will be entered into a drawing, and  Barista Magazine  will randomly select a name, which will be announced on Thursday, March 6, 2014 at 10 a.m. PST right here on the  Barista Magazine  blog.

Now the big question, and it is big, it’s a three parter!

Question: Master Q&A subject Bill Fishbein is best known for his work founding the non-profit organization Coffee Kids, but what was the name of his first coffee company, where was it based and what year did it open?

Think you know the answer? Then type it into the comments section below (along with your name and country of residence)!

Good luck, and thanks for playing Barista Magazine’s Humpday Giveaway!

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58 Comments

  1. …down the block from where i live.

    The Coffee Exchange – Providence,RI
    1977

    Justin Enis
    USA

  2. Bill Fishbein opened Coffee Exchange in Providence in 1977.

    Jonathan De Troye, USA.

  3. Coffee Exchange
    Providence, RI
    1977

    Gergely Salfai-Kovács
    Hungary

  4. Bill started Coffee Exchange in Providence in 1977.

    Kata Karáth, Hungary

  5. The Coffee Exchange
    Providence, RI
    1977

    Andrew Freehauf
    United States of America

  6. Coffee Exchange
    Providence, RI
    1977

    Taylor Johnson
    Mankato, MN
    USA

    woohooo!

  7. Bill started Coffee Exchange in Providence in 1977.

    Talia Velasquez
    USA

  8. Bill’s first shop was Coffee Exchange in Providence, RI. He opened it in 1977 and it’s still going strong- continuing to beat out all of the other shops for “Best Coffee Shop in RI” although my shop, Empire Tea and Coffee, was a close second.

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