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

I arrived in Havana and got straight to business.  Normally when looking for new sources of coffee, I might go to the known coffee …

I remember the first time I tried one. It was the sweetest, strangest thing I’d tasted –  like watermelon, hibiscus, lemon, pineapple and sugar. …

It’s been over 50 years since an American has been openly allowed to travel to Cuba.  The Cuban Revolution led by Fidel Castro and …

About 10 years ago, I realized that I wanted a coffee shop of my own at some stage in my life. I worked on …

In this Perfect Daily Grind feature titled The Weekly Extraction: Observations from Origin, I will be writing about my experiences as a coffee shop …

Prior to discussing the flavour notes, it’s important to acknowledge the story and sweat that’s been poured into harvesting each little Bourbon bean (hopefully no actual …

Planning an extended trip to origin? During our recent trip to origin, we caught up with Z. Latimor, a US coffee lover who ditched …

He’s also a true character. Organic coffee farming & COMSA transformed his life, so he takes it upon himself to share his techniques and expertise …

Costa Rica (Central America). Credit: Google Maps   Ever wondered about the Costa Rica coffee scene? Our Costa Rican correspondent, F. Solano, caught up …