Coffee News: from Seed to Cup

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Manual brewing devices can seem intimidating…but they are all about experimenting. Brewing with the Hario V60 for Beginners The Hario V60 has become one …

You think you know Brazilian coffee? Think again. I thought I did as well, until I was invited to be a judge at the …

Kalita Who? The Wave is another offering from Kalita Co., the family-owned Japanese company which has been making coffee equipment since the 1950s. The …

Imagine this for a moment: Someone hands you a glass of clear water. You lift it to take a sip, but as your nose …

 
 

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 …

What got you into specialty coffee: the prospect of the most delicious cup you’d ever had or the incredible photos you kept seeing of …

 

All eyes turned to Kenya at SCA Global Coffee Expo, as the country was named the 2017 Portrait Country. And there’s no doubt that …

Fed up of pouring asymmetrical latte art, no matter how hard you focus? According to Barista Hustle, the problem isn’t you, it’s your milk …

Prior to discussing the flavour notes, it’s important to acknowledge the story and sweat that’s been poured into harvesting each little Bourbon bean (hopefully no actual …

Coffee prices are complex, whether they’re specialty or commodity. Profit margins are even more so. Yield, quality, supply and demand, and harvest conditions all …

If you think all Indonesian coffee is either commodity or kopi luwak, think again. This island chain may not be as well-known for its specialty …

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 …