Geisha Coffee: The Epitome of a Great Cup

As I sit here reminiscing, I stumble upon the first time I ever heard of geisha coffee. I used to do small...

Exploring Coffee Culture around the world

I wrote a blog post last week talking about the coffee culture in Ethiopia and, in doing so, it reminded me of...

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...

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Exploring Coffee Culture around the world

I wrote a blog post last week talking about the coffee culture in Ethiopia and, in doing so, it reminded me of a lot of memories I have attached to coffee. In unpacking what coffee means to me, it...

Understanding The Farmgate Price

Welcome to our third post in the series $1-$1000. This series endeavors to explain the reasons for such a broad gap on coffee farm prices. The first post laid the groundwork by showing the reality of coffee prices today...

Shipping Coffee: The Invisible Link

The world shipping industry is millennia old. The accumulated experience along with modern technology has provided consumers with assured confidence that the desired products will be available efficiently and expediently.  This is very true regarding coffee...

Robusta Coffee Farming in the Amazon of Ecuador with Witoca Coffee

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...

Barroco Coffee | Adapting to a Disrupted Coffee Industry

https://open.spotify.com/episode/5Gzjft66sbHQkmm0vY6i6u?si=eJhh7TojQCWyoww9ljCXaw In our first episode of Coffee Nation, we sit down with Bruno Colozza and Phil Lanzarotta from Barocco Coffee to discuss the history of their business while also addressing the various challenges that...

Mocha Coffee: A Chocolatey Sensation

Mocha Coffee is one of the most delicious and popular forms of coffee in the world but rarely do people know of its origins, what makes it unique from other coffees, and how to make a cup of it...

Turkish coffee builds a path to Croatia

The Turkish coffee is a great example of how Turkey and Croatia share a lot of history which is influenced by conflicts as well as cultural exchange. The Ottoman Empire grew into a powerful force in the fifteenth century,...

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 getting quality beans to us at home are quite formidable. In fact, it is a...

Bicerin Coffee: The Taste of Turin

What is Bicerin Coffee and how was it invented? To understand the origins of Bicerin coffee, we must first travel to...

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

Since the outbreak of the powerful and merciless COVID-19 virus, the entire human race has been held hostage to its tightening grip. The Specialty...

A History of Coffee: Commercializing Caffeine

"It’s amazing how the world begins to change through the eyes of a cup of coffee."Donna A. Favors As the American...

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The 20 Best Channels for Coffee Lovers

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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...

Flat White vs. Latte: Which Drink Reigns Supreme?

Flat White, Latte, Cappuccino, Ristretto, Double Espresso, Caffe Mocha, Americano… These are just a few coffee drinks we can start our day...

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...

Espresso vs Coffee; It’s all about brewing

The history of coffee depicts a unique pattern on the world map, and the evolution of the coffee-making process shows an interesting...

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Trailblazing India’s Specialty Coffee Movement in New Delhi

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...

Ca Phe Trung: Vietnamese egg coffee

We all know each country has a unique way of preparing and presenting their coffee. Such as how coffee in Turkey can be brewed in the sand, the coffee ceremony in Ethiopia, or...

Mocha Coffee: A Chocolatey Sensation

Mocha Coffee is one of the most delicious and popular forms of coffee in the world but rarely do people know of its origins, what makes it unique from other coffees, and how...

10 most popular coffee shops in Toronto

Toronto is home to a myriad of different cultures, a cradle of economic growth, and a city full of incredible landmarks. Perhaps it isn’t easy to keep up with everything the city is...

A Coffee Dream in Guatemala

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...

Cowboy Coffee: The Wild West Elixir

A cowboy is riding his horse late in the night. Only the sound of the horse’s hooves hitting the ground can be heard for miles around. Tired after a long day of riding,...

Understanding The Farmgate Price

Welcome to our third post in the series $1-$1000. This series endeavors to explain the reasons for such a broad gap on coffee farm prices. The first post laid the groundwork by showing...

La Buena Tierra | Building A Coffee Processing Facility in the Middle of Nowhere

https://open.spotify.com/episode/7xMqV9Qli8V4jn6oVkBeW9?si=HjwybXhyTGWORRXahetHtA In this week's episode of Coffee Nation, we get on a call with Damian Reed, co-owner of La Buena Tierra, to find out how he opened up...

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...

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