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Getting your grind size wrong is one quick way to ruin your coffee. We’re talk over-extracted, bitter coffee that tastes like it was roasted …

Another year, another opportunity to participate in coffee competitions. But for small roasters, how much value do roasting competitions actually add? We spoke to …

Tamping is a small moment in the espresso-making process, but it’s an important one. Recently we looked at why it’s important and how to …

We care about sustainability in production. We care about sustainability in the coffee shop. So why don’t we talk about sustainability in roasting? “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 …

Austria’s coffee culture is like nowhere else in the world. People slowly sip wiener melange – a milk-based coffee – while reading newspapers in glamorous …

Patrik Stridsberg and his team at 3TEMP develops coffee equipment, which is probably one of the coolest jobs in the world. But as cool …

How does your coffee taste? It depends on the varietal (among other factors). And there are countless different varietals: Caturra, Catuai, Catimor, Bourbon, Yirgacheffe, …

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 …

The market price for coffee (aka the C price) is known for fluctuating – and nothing demonstrates that more than the January report from the …