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The tiny East African country of Burundi produces exceptional coffees. With its high altitudes, volcanic soil, and good processing, it’s no surprise that it …

Welcome to the Galápagos Islands. 13 major islands, 6 smaller islands, and numerous islets that are full of unique biodiversity, some of which you …

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 …

All eyes turned to Kenya at SCA Global Coffee Expo, as the country was named the 2017 Portrait Country. And there’s no doubt that …

“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 …

Ever wondered where coffee comes from and how it’s made? If so, you’re in luck. In this short animation, realcoffeeclub explains the cherry-to-cup journey in just …

The Kenyan coffee industry is changing. Green bean buyers here are used to working with big estates and large cooperatives – some with up …

Sourcing green coffee is not a Condé Nast experience. “At the crack of dawn, I put on my boots and head out to the …

Last week the International Coffee Organization (ICO), responsible for setting the global price of coffee, published their monthly report for February. The news? Coffee …

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