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The Galápagos Islands are an archipelago of 21 islands around 1,000 km off the coast of Ecuador. Featuring exotic wildlife, breathtaking views, and a …

We all want to be the best barista possible. The question is, how do we do that? Is it a case of the longer …

Specialty coffee is an innovative industry. It seems like there’s a new way to improve our coffee every year—if not every month! Recently, the …

Kalita Who? The Wave is another offering from Kalita Co., the family-owned Japanese company which has been making coffee equipment since the 1950s. The …

Imagine this for a moment: Someone hands you a glass of clear water. You lift it to take a sip, but as your nose …

Croatians love their coffee. Forget a café on every corner—here, entire streets are lined with café bars. Coffee-drinkers fill the bars, looking—and no doubt …

With third wave coffee shops everywhere, specialty coffee websites, specialty coffee associations, World Championships, and public cuppings, it’s easy to become insulated in third …

Not so long ago, we published Extraction Wars: Espresso vs. Ristretto, an article dealing with some common terminology used in the specialty coffee industry. …

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 …