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Cuba, the country of cigars, politics, salsa… and coffee. Some of us may have enjoyed a sweet, heavy-bodied café cubano, but how many of …

In Madagascar, coffee is a national obsession and a big part of daily life. At its heart are the street vendors who dedicate their …

Malaga is a historical jewel on the Costa del Sol. A Roman amphitheatre and a Moorish fortress provide the backdrop to more modern pleasures, …

If you were to compete in the World Barista Championship, which coffee would you use? This is one of the hardest and most important …

Ever tried Togolese chocolate? You should. Togo might not immediately come to mind when you think of cacao-producing countries, but its distinctive flavour profile …

Leaf rust has affected the majority of coffee-producing countries around the world, causing large losses and leaving farmers in, at times, precarious financial situations. …

Murray Cooper was one of the most famous specialty coffee farmers in Ecuador. I’m using the past tense because he’s now bankrupt.  Murray did specialty …

Running a coffee shop isn’t easy work. Expensive supplies, strong competition, a saturated market, limited brand awareness… café owners face many challenges. Could a …

Endless mountain ranges, coffee trees drooping with ripe-red cherries, and golden coffee beans drying on raised beds: this is what we often think of …

An espresso: 20–30 ml of delicious coffee. It takes just minutes to drink it. But it takes years to produce it. From carefully selecting …