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Do you love coffee enough to train as a barista? Many people take their passion for coffee to a professional level with a barista …

Are you looking for ways to improve your coffee roasting? Troubleshoot problems? Learn more about those magical green beans? True roasting mastery relies on …

There are many things threatening the future of the coffee industry: low prices, plant disease and pests, climate change, exchange rates… And the decreasing …

Want to learn about coffee? In order to really do this, you’ll need to not just learn about coffee beans, coffee roasting, and coffee …

Mexico’s coffee industry is struggling. Consumption is starting to exceed production, exacerbated by the impact of coffee leaf rust (la roya). Low coffee prices …

Young people are giving up their parents’ professions, leaving the coffee farm to work in big cities. And the coffee industry is struggling because …

Kim Ossenblock, aka Barista Kim, is a Q-grader, Authorised SCAE Trainer (AST), and second runner-up in the World Cup Tasters Championship 2012. Oh, and …

Education is a wonderful thing. It leads to better coffee. Better-paid producers. Environmentally sustainable practices. And now the Zamorano Panamerican Agricultural School in Honduras …

Specialty coffee needs more documentaries. They’re a tool for education and transparency – and if that doesn’t sound third wave to you, what does? …

Coffee education is boring. Learning the difference between a dry processed and a wet processeed bean? Boring. Shot times and the effects on coffee? …