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Coffee prices are complex, whether they’re specialty or commodity. Profit margins are even more so. Yield, quality, supply and demand, and harvest conditions all …

There are a lot of perks to being a coffee buyer: traveling to origin, meeting producers, experiencing the coffee harvest… Yet this glamorous job …

Our coffee can only be as good as the land that it’s grown on – but by my calculations, nearly 35% of coffee crops …

That moment when you receive a new delivery of beans, a delivery you’ve been waiting impatiently for, is thrilling. But what happens when those …

The first time I cupped coffee, like many, I struggled to understand acidity. I didn’t understand where all the aromas were coming from. And …

For many years, Papua New Guinea’s coffee was overshadowed by that of its neighbour, Indonesia. Yet its sweet, fruity crops and ideal coffee-growing conditions …

Good coffee trees are vital, especially if you work in an environment where the better cup tends to pay better – like we specialty …

High cupping scores, high yields, and rust resistance? For specialty coffee producers, finding a variety with all three qualities is almost impossible. Often rust-resistant …

Nobody achieves the perfect roast the first time, or the second time, or even the tenth time. It requires expertise and more than a …

Whether you’re a roaster, barista, or consumer, learning how to cup will enrich your coffee experience. Roasters, this is a vital skill for you: …