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“Coffee is the world’s second-most traded commodity after oil.” You’ll find this “fact” in published books, countless websites, academic theses, and more. Recently, Starbucks …

Bogota is well-known for its smooth and sweet coffee, symbolized by Juan Valdez. Yet at one time, Bogota was called the Athens of Latin …

Yogyakarta might not be one of the biggest cities in Indonesia, but it is one of the most famous – and, if you ask …

Before specialty coffee and after specialty coffee: they’re different lives. And as a barista trainer, coffee shop owner, or community leader, there will come …

Hundreds of stands. Thousands and thousands of attendees. Amazing coffee on every corner. Passionate coffee lovers, from producers to enthusiasts. A new US Barista …

Welcome to the first day of cascara class. Interest in cascara and cascara-based drinks is booming across the specialty world. People are experimenting with …

When you grow up in Malaysia, coffee means something special: a ritual. It’s an artform, pouring boiling water into a cloth filter bag, filled …

Four days of exhibitions. The Coffee Masters competition, Latte Art Live, home barista workshops, brew bars, the Roaster Village, the School of Chocolate, tasting …

Whether it’s a Belgian pale ale, Irish stout, or Brock, there’s nothing better than a cool beer on a warm day. Unless, of course, …

The third wave of coffee. We come across this phrase all the time, in coffee shops or online. But what does it actually mean? …