After exporting cheap commodity coffee beans for centuries, young Brazilian farmers are finding new techniques to more than double the value of their crop...
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Drinking coffee out of a mug made of coffee might be the most meta thing ever.
And now, it's a reality.
3D printing filament manufacturer 3Dom, with biocomposite developer c2renew, has produced the world's first 3D printing filament made from recycled coffee grounds...
Thanks to the now near ubiquity of cold brew, coffee cocktails are growing—and growing up.
More, and better, third wave bean-toned beverages are proliferating in bars from coast to coast, and these highbrow tipples are far cry from the original Espresso Martini.
Pardon the pun, but this trend has been percolating for years, some might even say for decades or centuries
Man Met Bril, which means “guy in glasses” in Dutch, is as descriptive a brand name as it is metaphorical.
The Rotterdam specialty coffee roaster’s founder, Paul Sharo, does wear lenses to correct his farsightedness.
The dark—no, espresso-colored—plastic frames symbolize the clairvoyance that brought the pioneering company its repute in the Netherlands’ second largest city.
Just one-in-five coffee drinkers are drinking instant coffee more than once a day, and this falls to 8pc for people in their early 20s, according to new figures.
Sales of instant coffee fell by 3pc last year to £782m, down from £806m in 2013, and the market is expected to continue declining to hit £700m in 2020...
A team of researchers and quality-control specialists from the relationship-pioneering green coffee importer Sustainable Harvest have presented initial findings from an initiative called Experimentos En Cafe, which supplies farmers at origin with...
Coffee is ubiquitous in Korean culture.
While living and teaching in Korea, not a day went by that we didn't have coffee in some form.
It is the most pervasive in instant form. Little tubes the size of a pencil are filled with powdered instant coffee, sugar and creamer.
They're then poured into tiny Dixie cups filled with hot water and served at nearly every social junction. It is common to be handed a cup of piping hot instant coffee while waiting at cell phone shops, after a meal, when entering a shop or during a meeting.
This hits the very heart of Korean coffee culture. Coffee itself is secondary to the experience. It is the social aspect of the drink that is first and foremost in the mind...