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El tiempo perdido los santos lo lloran. The saints cry for lost time. That phrase embodies life in Nicaragua. Conquest, revolution, and disaster may …

In Argentina, we define ourselves by coffee. Sitting at a street-side table with a newspaper and a cortado (small black coffee with a splash …

We’ve all been there before. Your friend takes a slow sip of the coffee and says, “Caramel, with hints of red grape and honeydew …

Jervis, one of La Floresta’s many trendy cafes La Floresta is Quito’s version of your favourite only-locals-know-about-it neighbourhood: a combination of trendy restaurants and …

Dukunde Kawa Cooperative in Rwanda reminds us that coffee is about more than that delicious taste or caffeine buzz. It’s also about changing lives. …

Most baristas I encounter want to run before they can walk when it comes to latte art. They think attempting to pour something pretty with …

If someone were about to ask me who I am and how I came to be involved in specialty coffee, I’d say that I …

Like any business venture, opening a café can be risky. In Quito, where specialty coffee culture is nascent, the risk is even higher. While …

They say the soul of the perfect cup of coffee is in the brew, and the V60 dripper really does make a beautiful brew. …

South Africa is a relative newbie to latte art. While in the U.S. it emerged in the nineties, it’s only in the last few years …