Black Coffee: Part Three, The Perfect Cup

Black Coffee: Part Three, The Perfect Cup

| 57 min

Part Three, The Perfect Cup, heralds what some coffee experts have called "the romantic age of coffee". North Americans re-discover what their European counterparts have known all along; coffee is better when it's quality coffee, and the best place to find it is in the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of the cafe. A quirky collection of vagabond hippies emerge from the 70s to create mega-chains like Starbuck's and Second Cup in the 80s.

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  • writer
    Irene Angelico
  • director
    Irene Angelico
  • producer
    Ina Fichman
  • editor
    Howard Goldberg
    Benjamin Duffield
  • director of photography
    Marc Gadoury
    German Gutierrez
  • original music
  • co-producer
    Richard Elson
  • narrator
    Helen King
  • consultant to the director
    Mark Pendergrast
  • sound engineer
    Diane Carrière
    Arnaud Derimay
    Philippe Mercier
    Erik Reisner
    Saul Rouda
  • researcher
    Celina Bell
    Nicola Bridge
    Holly Dressel
    Terri Foxman
    Shelley Tepperman
  • archival researcher
    Nancy Marcotte
  • story consultant
    Jon Kalina
  • participant
    Jerry Baldwin
    Dominique Bouchet
    Colleen Crosby
    George Howell
    Sarah Crosby-Baker
    Deborah James
    Mert Karaibrahimoglu
    Russell Kramer
    Corby Kummer
    John Martinez
    Bill McAlpine
    Luis Fernando Monge
    Frank O'Dea
    Mark Pendergrast
    Alfredo Ranse
    Jim Reynolds
    Howard Schultz
    Chris Wille
    Mary Williams
    Rick Young
  • sound designer
    Louis Dupire
  • foley artist
    Alexis Farand
  • re-recording mixer
    Geoffrey Mitchell