Coffee News: from Seed to Cup

FROM THE VAULT

The History of Bonmac With so many filter brewing devices on the market today it’s often hard to keep up with them all. Depending …

There’s a new café popping up on just about every street corner. This is great news for consumers – but for coffee shop owners, …

Understanding Consumer Behaviour For those who often host cupping sessions, I am sure you have come across the experience that I am about to …

There’s a reason premium micro lots do so well in competitions. They’re sensational. They prove that coffee is as a specialty product that deserves …

 
 

Single boiler, double boiler, heat exchanger… They’re all names for different types of espresso machines, but what do they actually mean? And why do …

Within the realms of specialty coffee we often hear certain terms being used over and over again such as ‘direct trade’, ‘specialty coffee’ and ‘micro-lots’. …

 

What does a coffee producer’s average day look like? Our coffee contributor Karyan NG talks restoration of an abandoned coffee mill and producing specialty coffee …

Ending “thin months” may require looking outside of the coffee industry. And more to the point, it may require building relationships with people outside …

In many ways, La Roya is like the flu. When there is a flu outbreak, this usually affects a lot of people. Those who …

Shade trees have numerous benefits: they’re associated with better cup profiles as they allow the coffee to ripen slower, they may provide additional income …

James Tooill is the US Cup Tasters Champion 2015, the US Brewers Cup First Runner-Up 2016 – not to mention US Brewers Cup finalist 2014 …

You probably don’t know this, but Papua New Guinea’s coffee is sublime. It’s smooth, versatile, close to coffee-capital Australia – and yet is hardly …