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Producers, you know how amazing your coffee is. But how do you convince roasters? Sure, once your beans are on the cupping table they’ll …

Hiking, sailing, mountaineering, camping… there’s no substitute for getting outdoors. And whether you’re a three-hour-walk-on-a-Sunday kind of person, or you’re more just-off-to-climb-Mt.-Everest-see-you-in-a-few-months, it’s always …

When we talk about taking steps towards specialty, we often think of production methods and trade routes. It’s less often that we consider cupping. …

Dublin 2016 was my third volunteer experience with World of Coffee, and it was just as valuable, inspiring, and fun as every other time. …

Mexican specialty coffee is growing. And I’m not just talking about Mexican beans served in London, or Portland, or Melbourne. My country boasts of …

Picture New York City, and you picture coffee. Okay, yes, you probably picture the Statue of Liberty as well – and the Empire State …

In 2014, the Coffee Quality Institute (CQI) launched the Partnership for Gender Equity. Stage 1, supported by the SCAA, set out to help find …

Two years ago, María Esther López Cásares was a barrister. Today, she’s an Authorised SCAE Trainer (AST) on an international level; CEO and Co-Founder …

Our industry could not exist without the people in producing countries: the farmers who produce the coffee we drink, the mills that process it, …

This June, Tetsu Kasuya shocked the coffee world as he won the World Brewers Cup with a method that broke all the rules. He …