Coffee News: from Seed to Cup

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Smashed, squashed, mashed, sliced, crushed – whichever way you eat it, it’s delicious. Avocado on toast now graces the menus of specialty coffee shops …

Certified Q graders have almost mythical status in the specialty coffee industry – but there’s no reason why you can’t become one too. The …

PDG previously published an article about why baristas should shadow roasters. My first reaction? That’s great, but roasters also need to shadow baristas. Over …

Double shots are so common in specialty coffee, that many cafés have removed the option by using double baskets with naked portafilters. But I …

 
 

What if being more eco-friendly was as simple as buying a different cup? That was the idea behind Huskee, a new range of cups …

Want to learn how to brew with a Hario V60? Why not follow a V60 brewing guide? SEE ALSO: Coffee Plant Species: Arabica vs …

 

How would you feel if your family was responsible for changing the entire face of your country’s specialty coffee? Proud? Excited? The Paz family …

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

Quality control starts at the farm but it finishes with the barista or roaster. And checking for green bean defects is an important part …

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

Forget your preconceptions of coffee farming – Hawaii breaks them all. In Hawaii, US minimum wage and labour laws apply. In Hawaii, Kona coffee …

La Roya hasn’t just been ruining coffee production; it’s been ruining lives. Luckily, Food 4 Farmers is taking it on themselves to help give …