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We all know that oxygen ages roasted and ground coffee – but it’s not just once coffee has left the roastery that it’s vulnerable. …

International Coffee Week Brazil (ICW): a three-day coffee festival in the world’s biggest coffee-producing country (by volume), bringing together the country’s best beans and …

No doubt you’ve already tasted Brazilian coffee: this is a country responsible for around 30% of the world’s green beans. And Minas Gerais, where Belo …

There are few countries with more impact on the international coffee scene than Brazil, the world’s largest producer and exporter. And while it has …

Coffee is not just coffee. That’s the name Supernova Coffee Roasters have given their new film, which will focus on the Brazilian specialty coffee …

Traceability opens the door to better coffee quality and a more equitable value chain. Yet the route from farm to cup is long and …

What’s the real cost of a cup of coffee? More than you think. And a lot of that cost comes not from the roasting …

Delicious specialty coffee requires excellence at every stage of the supply chain. And that means only coffee beans from the ripest of cherries should …

As fourth-generation farmers, we’ve had to balance traditional insight with the demands of today’s market. And we’ve come to realise that good coffee alone …

Armando Costa of Costa Café knows that you can find high-cupping specialty coffees in Brazil. He also understands that commodity coffee doesn’t always pay …