Happy Birthday to our amazing Sophyia!!!!!
University of the Nations YWAM Kona Banyan Tree Cafe "Living Room to the Nation's" Coffee is an international and interdenominational trade. As a global missions movement we can train anyone of any experience to become a barista and use the skills in any cafe across the world.
Happy Birthday to our amazing Sophyia!!!!!
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Made by our barista, Chauncey. Photo taken by Jake Henretty.
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Looking for new staff and a new BTC Manager! E-mail us at [email protected] if you're interested and have questions.
Check out our new hours!
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The new quarter is coming up quick! If you're a YWAMer and you're interested in volunteering at the BTC for the July quarter, please email us at [email protected].
We are looking for people who are willing to commit to the whole quarter at the BTC and to seeing community grow on this campus.
Come get some espresso! We are open for business! #banyantreecafe #ywamkona
Introducing the NEW BTC Espresso Machine.
Thanks @daylightmindcoffee for helping us purchase and set this up.
We are getting a special delivery today....I wonder what it could be?
Exciting news coming soon! #breakthrough
What is the first drink you will get when our espresso machine is back up and running?
It's hot again today, come by the BTC and get a refreshing frappe; chocolate, vanilla, chai or caramel 🥛🍫❄️😁
This is the Barista we are looking for!
I need a son like this 😂😂
Just in case you haven't heard, we are closed over the next few weeks until next quarter! Happy holidays!
Merry Christmas from #BanyanTreeCafe at #YWAMkona !!
Say hello to our "temporary" friend. Espresso is back on the menu! Thank you for your patience and grace as we get it back up and running. We will do our best to serve quality coffee. Many thanks to @daylightmindcoffee for letting us borrow their machine! Go support them on the weekends! #ywamkona #banyantreecafe #daylightmind
OUR FIRST KONA PRAYER ROOM ALBUM IS OUT NOW!!! Recorded during our ministry nights... hear the sound of wild missionaries worshipping Jesus in the prayer room 🔥🔥🔥 #konaprayerroomlive #ywamkona
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Hi Everybody! Time for another exciting round of COFFEE FACT FRIDAY! Rumor has it that in Italy, the price of espresso is actually regulated by their government because the wonderful beverage is considered to be a vital part of daily life! Also, in countries where coffee is a very important part of daily living (such as Italy), being a barista is a highly respected, well paying profession.
Hey BTC followers!
Our wonderful work-duty students will be leaving for outreach next week and our hours will be changing! Please pray for them as they embark to transform nations for Christ!
Next week our hours will be
Thursday- next Wednesday: CLOSED
We will re-open on Arrival Day, 8:00-12:00!
Hi Everybody! Welcome to another exciting COFFEE FACT FRIDAY...and on time too! The first we**am was used to broadcast live footage of a coffee pot at the University of Cambridge so that people could see if there was any coffee available for them to drink...finally a good use for the internet :D
What is your favorite coffee drink?
Hi everybody, Coffee Fact Friday presents another wonderful tidbit (all be it late...sorry). Decaf coffee still contains caffeine. However, the amount of caffeine in decaf is minimal that it would take about 7-8 cups of joe to affect your body in the same way. By the way, we now offer decaf espresso at the BTC.
Hi everybody! Welcome to another Coffee Fact Friday! Peaberry coffee is highly sought after. What is it? It is actually a genetic deformity found only in 5 to 10 percent of a coffee crop. Coffee cherries normally have two seeds in them but sometimes they join together to make one football shaped bean. This is the peaberry. It is smaller but contains all the nutrients and flavored of two seeds. It is known to be the smoothest and most fruity flavored coffee.
Hi everybody. Due to my technological shortcomings, I posted coffee fact Friday on the wrong page. So without further ado...COFFEE FACT FRIDAY on Saturday! Coffee tends to give a lot of people the jitters when they consume too much of it. One way to help prevent this or to get rid of jitters faster is to add cinnamon to your cup of coffee. Cinnamon helps your body digest caffeine much more rapidly. Oddly enough, it can also be used to divert ants from attacking. They HATE the stuff.
Hi everybody! It's coffee fact Friday! In 1674 the Women's Petition Against Coffee, or WPAC, started in London. Women felt their husbands were spending too much time at the coffee houses and wanted their husbands back. I'm glad that coffee houses are still around and that women are free to go to them!
Hi Everybody! It's time for another Coffee Fact Friday! Way back in 1675, King Charles II of England banned coffee houses because he was convinced the people of the land were meeting there to conspire against him...please don't ban our shop, we are not plotting against anyone!
Hi Everybody! It's is once again time for another exciting COFFEE FACT FRIDAY!! Did you know that you can use coffee as a weather predictor? Sounds crazy, but your cup of coffee can be used as a very basic barometer. When you pour your cup of coffee (best to use a cup with straight walls), pay attention to the bubbles it creates. If the bubbles stay in the middle, you can expect rain within the next twelve hours. If the bubbles move to the side of the cup quickly, your skies will be nice a clear for the next twelve hours. If the bubbles move slowly out to the side, expect a little rain but for it to clear up quickly. I actually tested this one myself when I worked outside all the time...it is surprisingly accurate.
Sorry we missed coffee fact Friday. We were busy training our amazing new work duty crew. We are excited to see what God has in store for this new quarter!
Welcome back to Friday everybody. Coffee Fact Friday once again! When did coffee first start becoming popular in the United States? Well, it was actually three years before we became the United States, back in 1773 with a little thing called the Boston Tea Party. When Britain started imposing outrageous tax on teas, the colonials began drinking coffee as an expression of their freedom and unwillingness to pay the heinous tax. Thank you, Britain!
After a break for the holiday we are back with COFFEE FACT FRIDAY! Believe it or not, in 1683, a pound of coffee was worth about the same amount as four acres of land!
We made it to another COFFEE FACT FRIDAY! Look out civets! Elephants are now the producers of the worlds most expensive coffee. A coffee termed "black ivory" is now the most expensive coffee in the world at $1100 per kilo (2.2 pounds). It is harvested in the same fashion as kopi luwak (civit coffee). People feed the elephants lots of coffee, then sort through their dung to find the semi-digested coffee beans. The enzymes break down proteins in the coffee, giving it a less acidic, smooth, chocolatey, floral taste. Kona coffee gives you a less acidic, smooth, chocolatey, floral taste too...and you don't have to sort through dung to get it either. Maybe the world should start paying coffee pickers a better wage for NOT pooping out your coffee before consumption. Just a thought :D
The world's most expensive coffee, Black Ivory, served at the Anantara resorts, is made from coffee beans eaten and digested by elephants
Hi everybody, it's time for another exciting COFFEE FACT FRIDAY!! Research suggests that 1.6 billion cups of coffee are consumed everyday world wide! It is believed that 65% of those cups are consumed during or for breakfast!
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