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Specialty coffee is an innovative industry. It seems like there’s a new way to improve our coffee every year—if not every month! Recently, the …

Ever wondered how much more you could learn about the coffee industry by working in a café, roastery, or farm in another location? Or …

Let’s get straight to the point: inconsistency is a bad thing for cafés. Yes, you need good drinks. Yes, you need cool decor and …

Most baristas I encounter want to run before they can walk when it comes to latte art. They think attempting to pour something pretty with …

 
 

Why do Kenyan coffee farmers choose coffee over other cash crops? Independence? Economic renumeration? Cultural traditions?  Lack of choice? And how is that coffee processed and …

Imagine a single origin Ethiopian Yirgacheffe… that glitters as you shake it. Yes, you’re sober. No, you’re not hallucinating. Dapper Coffee in Singapore have …

 

Coffee auctions must be about more than just the year’s best coffees; they must also be about building relationships. Don’t believe us? Well, let’s …

The world’s third-largest producer of coffee and fourth-largest exporter. Almost 100 genetic varieties of Arabica. A total of 748 spoken languages. Yes, we’re talking …

I am a Chemex lover. However, some coffees just taste so much better brewed through an AeroPress or espresso. Daterra ‘Full Bloom’ is one …

Honey, dry, washed, pulped natural… do you ever look at your coffee packaging and wonder what on earth these mean? Or, perhaps more importantly, …

Picture the scene: a bustling café, a queue of takeaways to the door, and a full rail of checks. It might sound stressful but …

If you’re serious about producing quality espresso at home, you can’t expect to spend less than $500 (for a brand new machine). Why?  If …