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It’s become cool to cop an attitude about certain drinks. You know what I’m talking about – the barista complaining about making too many …

Yes, that feature photo is of a variety of cheeses. Are you surprised? When we think of cheese, we might be inclined to pair …

South Africa is a relative newbie to latte art. While in the U.S. it emerged in the nineties, it’s only in the last few years …

My first experience with what was the crown jewel of the coffee world in 2009 was a 1kg bag of green Hacienda La Esmeralda …

 
 

What makes a great latte even more special, you ask? A little flower in your coffee. You might be a seasoned barista looking to …

Korean coffee culture is young. It’s not just specialty that’s new; coffee itself has only become popular with ordinary people in the last fifty …

 

What if I told you that in the coffee world, water causes immense damage? Yes, water. It sounds crazy, right? But massive amounts of …

Located about an hour outside of Armenia, Colombia, it’s fair to say Tabanoc Farms is in the heart of coffee country. Arriving, however, feels …

It’s been over 50 years since an American has been openly allowed to travel to Cuba.  The Cuban Revolution led by Fidel Castro and …

We can measure extraction in the final product. We know what impact, broadly speaking, longer and shorter extractions will have on an espresso shot. …

The bean belt contains over 60 coffee-growing countries, and within those sixty countries there are an immense number of producers. In the Dominican Republic …

As a filmmaker, I’m always looking for a good story to tell. Yet shade grown coffee is more than just a good story. It’s …