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...

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...

A History of Coffee: The Bitter Past

“An integrated cup of coffee isn’t sufficient pay for four hundred years of slave labour” Malcolm X In the...

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Coffee: Making Waves

“Catch a wave and you’ll be sitting on top of the world.” So sang the Beach Boys back in 1963. Of course, they were singing about surfing. Today, however, when coffee lovers talk about waves, chances are they are...

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 Civil War came to its conclusion and coffee began to take a more permanent place...

Dalgona Coffee fights the COVID blues

Social media users are doing their best to fight the COVID blues and all the challenges physical distancing is causing. Many trends have surfaced during this period with a goal of popularizing creative hobbies that transform our homes into...

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 his coffee processing facility in the...

A History of Coffee in Asia

"We want to do a lot of stuff; we're not in great shape. We didn't get a good night's sleep. We're a little depressed. Coffee solves all these problems in one delightful little cup."Jerry Seinfeld More...

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 Turin, Italy in the year, 1763. A man by the name of Guiseppe Dentis opens...

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...

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 with, and the list just grows longer as trends rapidly change. But what is the difference between...

Bulletproof coffee: a beverage and a meal

Bulletproof coffee is more than just a beverage because it serves two purposes: it can be a delicious coffee drink and also an energizing...

Coffee served with health benefits

As a passionate coffee enthusiast, I have been searching for reasons to keep my minor addiction to it. And it seems like the health...

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...

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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...

Introducing Transparent Origin Coffees: Paying Coffee Producers Fairly

Today marks a major milestone in our coffee journey at We The Origin as we introduce Transparent Origin Coffee at our coffee...

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...

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...

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...

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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 Coffee Industry has also been adversely affected from farm...

Project Panama: A New Specialty Coffee Region in Barreta Cocle.

Alvaro Gonzalez and the coffee producers of Barreta, Coclé have encountered endless obstacles for the past 12 years. They've worked with passion and determination, waiting for their time to come. Finally, they can make their coffee available to the world.

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