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JUMP Conference: JUMP-Starting the Coffee Industry after COVID-19

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Coffee in Colombia: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

We The Origin was founded on the principles of sustainability, transparency and equity. We are deeply concerned about the coffee price crisis and want to raise awareness by connecting the producers from the supply chain and the consumers of...

Ristretto Shot vs Espresso Shot: Is There a Difference?

The “new normal” has changed old coffee habits and fewer people are frequenting coffee shops after COVID-19. Many coffee enthusiasts are seeing this as an opportunity to hone their barista skills. If this is you, you may be encouraged...

How to Make Turkish coffee

Turkish coffee, türk kahvesi in Turkish, is one of the most famous coffees in the world, it’s rich in flavour and simple to make. The right ingredients, along with the original recipe, will leave you with a cup of...

The 20 Best Channels for Coffee Lovers

As coffee continues to become a much larger part of our everyday lives, more and more people are interested in learning about coffee and how to make their brew even better. So we here at We The Origin scoured...

The Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony: A Taste of Home

I remember the culture shock I felt when I first came to visit America and I realized that coffee was seen as an ‘on the go’ drink. It was evident in the hustle of big coffee shops crammed with...

A History of Coffee: The Wartime Drink

“I would rather suffer with coffee than be senseless.”Napoleon Bonaparte In the past few weeks, we have traveled through the lush forests of Ethiopia, marched through the deserts of Arabia, rode in carriages through the cities...

A History of Coffee: Commercializing Caffeine

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A History of Coffee: The Old World Obsession

"I believe humans get a lot done, not because we’re smart, but because we have thumbs so we can make coffee."Flash Rosenberg

Coffee Farmer’s Dilemma: Quality Control

Thanks to the hard-working coffee farmers, coffee is everywhere and we are all grateful for it. It doesn’t seem possible, but the challenges for...

A Coffee Crisis Is Brewing

A coffee crisis is brewing and it isn’t pretty. The sad truth is, it has probably been going on for as long as coffee...

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Flat White vs. Latte: Which Drink Reigns Supreme?

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A History of Coffee in Asia

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Coffee in Colombia: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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Shipping Coffee: The Invisible Link

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