Let’s Play Barista Magazine’s Humpday Giveaway! #58 (April 16, 2014 Edition)

Hey guys! Happy Wednesday! Hope you’re having a great one so far. It’s our mission here at Barista Magazine to keep your coffee life lively every day of the year, and Wednesdays are particularly special: that’s when Humpday Giveaway rolls around! We love hosting a weekly trivia contest right here on our blog so that one of you awesome readers can win a totally cool coffee prize!

So what’s up for grabs this week? Well, in honor of Ms Asli Yaman of Turkey winning the Turkish Brewers Cup last weekend using the GINO glass dripper from notNeutral, we’re offering up this super awesome manual brew tool!

Here's Asli, two-time Turkish Brewers Cup Champ! Asli just won her country's competition last weekend using a GINO glass dripper!
Here’s Asli, two-time Turkish Brewers Cup Champ! Asli just won her country’s competition last weekend using a GINO glass dripper!

From the notNeutral website:
The GINO dripper is made from borosilicate, a laboratory-grade, light weight glass that is heat and scratch resistant.

The double-walled construction insulates while highlighting the coffee extraction. The handle-less profile is elegantly tapered to comfortably fit any grip. The angle of the interior cone and size of the 3 holes at the bottom are engineered to ensure the optimal distance for water to travel through the coffee bed, ensuring an even extraction for a pure and flavorful   brewed coffee.

¢ Hand blown borosilicate double walled glass
¢ Food grade, germ resistant surface, 100% recyclable, silicone gasket  
¢ Dishwasher safe
¢ 3″H x  4.5″W
¢ Gift boxed
¢  Works with Kalita filter #185  and Tiamo filter #02
The gorgeous GINO glass dripper.
The gorgeous GINO glass dripper.

Asli is  hardly  the only one to win a Brewers Cup competition using the GINO this  year. This gorgeous dripper ”which sells for $24 ”is one of the most popular brewing devices of the year for Brewers Cup competitors.

The GINO's winning Brewers Cup competitions all over the world, but let's not forget that the GINO is a great brewer for the home, too!
The GINO’s winning Brewers Cup competitions all over the world, but let’s not forget that the GINO is a great brewer for the home, too!

And of course, it’s not just competitors who love using this brew tool: it works great in cafes as well as at home. So guys: let’s get playing Humpday Giveaway so one of you can win this bad boy! And a note: We’ll have two winners this week: someone with a U.S. address will win the GINO glass dripper, and someone from outside of the U.S. will win a one-year subscription to Barista Magazine!

In case it’s your first time, here are the rules of Barista Magazine’s Humpday Giveaway trivia contest:

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.  

”Answers may be submitted between  7  a.m. PDT on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, through 6:59 a.m. PDT on Thursday, April 17, 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, April 17, 2014  at 10 a.m. PDT right here on the  Barista Magazine  blog.

Now the big question:

Question:  What percentage of coffee farms in Colombia are infected with rust?

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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87 Comments

  1. Less than 3 percent of coffee farms in Colombia are infected.

    Florian Ernst
    Germany

  2. Less than 3 percent of coffee farms in Columbia are infected with rust!

    Seth Almazan

    CA, USA

  3. Less than 3 percent of coffee farms in Colombia are infected with rust…
    …a dramatic turnaround, and one that should give HOPE to those struggling with rust now…

    Chalmer Harper
    United States of America

  4. In 2010 nearly 40% was affected but it is currently it is less than 3%.

    Juan Ariza
    USA

  5. According to my Goto Source for coffee, Barista, It’s less than 3%!

    James McCormack
    USA

  6. About 40% in 2012, but less than 3% in 2014.

    Gerardo J. Gallegos
    Toa Baja, Puerto Rico

  7. Less than 3% of coffee farms in Colombia are affected with coffee rust.
    Matthew Aczon
    United States

  8. 81 percent of smallholder producers and their families have been affected by coffee leaf rust in the 2012-13 harvest.

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