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Right now, many coffee-producing communities are busy harvesting and processing the crops that you’ll buy, roast, brew, or drink. Seasonal workers migrate to farming …

What is your preferred coffee origin? Brazil, Kenya, Ethiopia? And why should you care which country coffee comes from? One reason it may matter …

When you reach for a bag of Brazilian roasted coffee or order a pour over from Colombia, you may consider yourself well-informed about its …

Pick up any bag of artisanally roasted specialty coffee and have a look at the label. You’ll notice it tells you a few things: …

Local roasters have the power to positively transform a producing country’s coffee industry, but it’s not easy. In my home, the Dominican Republic, coffee …

Coffee bag labels can be confusing, especially if they’re specialty coffee. They may leave you with questions like: Why does the altitude matter? What’s the difference …

What’s the best thing about specialty coffee? Forget the elegant brewing methods, the creative designs, or the sensational skills of pro baristas. It’s the …

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. …