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Ristretto Shot vs Espresso Shot: Is There a Difference?

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

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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...

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: 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: The Bitter Past

“An integrated cup of coffee isn’t sufficient pay for four hundred years of slave labour” Malcolm X In the last two weeks, we went on a journey as the history of coffee made its way from...

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, he decides to make camp in...

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.

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...

Cold Brew Coffee: A concentrated delight

I like to drink concentrated syrup; I can just pour some into the glass, add cold water and my beverage is ready. Later on, I always thought to myself—I wish I could do the same with coffee, I wish...

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...

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 roasting company,...

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....

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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...

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

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The History of Turkish Coffee

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A History of Coffee: The Wartime Drink

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