Coffee News: from Seed to Cup

Home Archive by Category "Coffee Guide"

Coffee Guide

Six million people live in the Chilean capital of Santiago. You’ll find bustling crowds, soaring skyscrapers, historic architecture, tranquil parks… and also coffee shops. …

Times are changing in Colombia. Just a few years ago, the specialty coffee industry hardly existed at all. But today, the country’s coffee culture …

Australia: the country where Starbucks struggles, where the flat white may have been invented, and where local coffee culture provides inspiration to cafés all …

Something’s happening in Belfast. Wave after wave of new investments are seeing Northern Ireland’s capital start to shine – and that’s led to a …

Travelling to Hong Kong? You’re in luck: a good café hop is easily doable in this compact and highly caffeinated city. And I’ve made …

West Texas, the land of dirt, cotton, and cowboys. You won’t find much water in this region, but that doesn’t mean you won’t get …

With nearly 675,000 residents and over 20 million visitors annually, Washington, DC’s specialty coffee scene has a lot of traffic to keep up with. …

If you’ve yet to discover #ilivewhereyouvacation, I’d advise you to not look it up while you’re working. Puerto Rico is one place you’ll see …

Indonesia is breath-taking. With over 17,000 islands, 120 volcanoes, and an uncountable number of temples, it’s no wonder 10.41 million people visited the country …

Dublin is the destination on every coffee lover’s mind right now, as it gears up to host the World Barista Championships and World of …