PAST PROGRAM | Virtual Programs
Coffee has long been the lifeblood of the Brooklyn economy, once as a leading commodity coming into the port, and today supporting hundreds of small coffee shops and roasters. This virtual program will look at how one Brooklyn company came to dominate the importing and roasting of coffee in the 19th century, share stories of the small roasters that have survived in Brooklyn for generations, and look at the city’s every-changing coffee landscape.
- WATCH: Roasted, History of Coffee in NYC with Brooklyn Historical Society
- Naval History Magazine, “A Cup o’ Joe”
- Brooklyn Roasting Company
- Porto Rico Importing
- Gillies Coffee
- D’Amico Coffee