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...

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...

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...

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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 the lush forests of Ethiopia, marched through the deserts of Arabia, rode in carriages through the cities...

Hatch Coffee Roasters | Building a Specialty Coffee Business from the Ground Up

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3Lsaiv9mLxAWIV6osUv9w5?si=C9QO7yntTd-vzBT4XQkBbg In this week's episode of Coffee Nation, we sit down with Alfonso Tupaz, the Founder at Hatch Coffee. Alfonso shares his specialty coffee story from the beginning, starting with the first time he...

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...

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...

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 scale roasting in Victoria, B.C. Canada. My supplier told me they had some Panama Geisha that could...

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,...

The Evolution of Coffee Roasting

Many of us are familiar with the wonderful legend of how Kaldi the goat herder and his prancing goats discovered coffee around the 9th century. Did you ever wonder how and when coffee roasting came about? Was it when...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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The Evolution of Coffee Roasting

Many of us are familiar with the wonderful legend of how Kaldi the goat herder and his prancing goats discovered coffee around...

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...

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...

What Are The Best Coffee Beans?

“We buy only the BEST coffee beans.” How many times have you heard that on TV or radio commercials? How does one...

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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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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