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JUN-JUL 2019

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Hobbies: • Spanish-language practice • Wine and Spirits Education Trust Level 4 curriculum • Sports, board games If you were stranded on a desert island, what three items would you bring? • Quality coffee + brewing gear [Cole insists this counts as one answer] • Rice and a way to cook it • Fishing gear (because fi sh + rice = sushi) First thing you wanted to do when your WBC fi nals performance ended: I was itching to get out for a nice bike ride and enjoy the sunshine and blue skies here in Calgary. Cole would like to thank: • My team at Rosso Coffee Roasters and the team at La Palma y El Tucan. • All the other competitors and the people that were around the competition, provid- ing the energy, the passion, and the drive for all of us to excel. 3 Hometown: Calgary, Alberta, Canada • Age: 27 WBC coffee: Colombia: La Palma y El Tucan, two Natural Sidras, Lots 129 and 255 Company: Rosso Coffee Roasters READY TO RUMBLE PHOTO BY PAIGE HICKS

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