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The AeroPress can deliver a wide range of results by adjusting variables like grind size, brew temperature, liquid ratios and time. The beauty of …

I bet that if you’re reading this post, you either have a cup of coffee at hand or you’re thinking about going to make …

A coppery-coloured espresso suspended over a transparent, bubbly bed of tonic water—it’s easy to see the appeal. Stumptown Coffee, one of the pioneers of …

Growing baristas into managers is much like growing coffee. You could just pick a lot of cherries and process them with whatever equipment you …

 
 

Fancy yourself a dab hand at DIY? Or just feeling adventurous? This Old Tony’s handmade espresso/moka pot is a thing of beauty. And while …

The World Coffee in Good Spirits Championship is fun – but it’s also incredibly demanding. Competitors need to have excellent sensory skills as they …

 

The father-son duo of Jorge De León and Jorge De León Jr. have a mission: bringing Guatemalan coffee to Guatemala. Coffee may be one …

Have you ever walked  into a café, looked at the brew on offer, and wondered why in the world it’s being touted as “single …

A coffee farmer has a lot to fear: declining prices, coffee leaf rust, climate change, bad weather, low yields, coffee theft… and then there’s …

Last time in Weekly Extraction, we talked about the approximate cost of planting a manzana of coffee (7,000 sq m). This week we’re going …

How much do you know about Geisha coffee? Legend has it that it came from the mountains of Gesha, in southwestern Ethiopia. Richard Whally, …

We consume over 2.25 billion cups of coffee all around the globe, every single day. An estimated two-thirds of U.S. Americans drink a cup …