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Washed/wet-processed coffees are known for their brilliant cleanness. They allow the flavours of the coffee to shine, whether it’s sparkling acidity or a rich, …

Filter coffee is great, isn’t it? The calming drip of the brew, the elegance of the pour-over process, and the coffee itself – a …

Rate of rise (RoR): scroll through enough articles on coffee, and you’ll come across this mysterious term, complete with multi-line graphs that are frustratingly …

Not so long ago, Ugandan specialty coffee was almost unheard of. This East African country was mainly known for its Robusta crops. Yet times …

Looking for a new coffee brewing device? You’ve got a lot to choose from. And every single one will produce a different coffee taste …

Coffee filters: they’re small, humble, and critical for great-tasting coffee. But if you – like the majority of coffee brewers – use paper filters, …

Honduras: a small, beautiful country at the heart of Central America. Its location and terroir are ideal for growing coffee – in fact, it’s …

The ability to control coffee extraction is both one of the best, and one of the trickiest, things about drip brewing. There are so …

In wine, varieties reign supreme. Everybody knows what a Merlot is, or a Chardonnay. But in the coffee world, they’re less understood. You might …

Bordeaux’s no longer just a destination for wine-lovers. It’s also a place where coffee aficionados can enjoy sipping on single origins in between strolling …