Upgrade Your Home Workspace on a Budget

If you’re looking to upgrade your home workspace without breaking the bank, there aremany things you can do to make your space more inviting and productive. From addingcomfortable furniture to personalizing your space with wall decorations, there are manyways you can stay organized and boost your mood while staying on budget. Keep readingfor ways to […]

A New Routine to Benefit Mental Health

If you’re feeling overwhelmed and unable to cope, it’s important to seek professional help. But thereare also little things you can do, and pursuits you can take up, that will help you feel better, moreconfident, and less anxious. If you’re feeling down, it can be difficult to get motivated, but regularpractice of these activities can […]

Treat Your Remote Workers to Tasty Coffee Gifts

There’s nothing like a good cup of coffee to jumpstart your morning routine. This is why if you’re
looking for the perfect pick-me-up for your remote work teams, you should consider giving
coffee gifts.

Colombian coffee exports in May drop 52% from May 2020 due to roadblocks and protests

Due to road blockades and anti-government protests that started on April 28, coffee exports in Colombia, one of the world’s coffee meccas, decreased 52 percent in May compared to the same month last year, according to the National Federation of Coffee Growers (FNC). Colombian coffee exports decreased 52 percent in May to 427,000 bags of […]

Here’s How AI Can Determine The Taste Of Coffee Beans

By 2025, artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to be worth $126 billion. It may be found in a variety of industries, including healthcare, agriculture, education, banking, and shipping. AI is increasingly being used in the food sector to identify and develop novel tastes in food and beverages. Carlsburg, a Danish brewer, employed artificial intelligence to […]

First Black-owned coffee shop opens in Montgomery

Montgomery’s Adams Avenue is steeped with history. To that list, you can now add The Coffee House. It is the city’s first Black-owned coffee business. Mrs. Hardmon, the owner, stated, “Having the terms “pioneer,” “trailblazer,” linked with my name, those adjectives have never followed or preceded my name, and it simply feels absolutely great.” With […]

Out-of-Control Shipping Costs Fire Up Prices From Coffee to Toys

The rising cost of transporting items around the world may affect your wallet sooner than you think, from your daily cup of coffee to the toys you were planning to purchase your kids. According to Drewry Shipping, shipping a 40-foot steel container of freight by sea from Shanghai to Rotterdam currently costs a record $10,522, […]

Lake Dunstan Cycle Trail: NZ’s coolest coffee shop floats among the mountains

Richard Foale would have been at the helm of his sleek 504 horsepower helicopter soaring above the peaks of the Southern Alps this time two years ago. He’s now driving a five-horsepower Zodiac with a huge grin on his face. He’s just parked next to his latest venture, a floating coffee store. I’m on the […]

Specialty Coffee Farmers Brew a Slow-Drip Revival

The curving road leading to Jimmy González’s coffee property is lined with mango, pineapple, and banana trees. The hot and beautiful mountainous terrain is one of Puerto Rico’s coffee manufacturing centres. From González’s fields, one can view coffee crops reaching over the hills above and below. González, 48, has worked as a cop for much […]

Coffee without beans? Seattle startup brews a new cup of joe

A lady bends over a coffee grinder a block away from the Starbucks on Seattle’s crowded Western Avenue, while a black kettle full of sizzling water rests on a hot plate. The perfume of freshly made coffee is strong in the air. Except for a few notable characteristics, the scenario would be completely unremarkable. The […]

Cardamom in the coffee

Cardamom is one of my favourite spices, and I’m constantly looking for new ways to use it into my cooking. So I though, why not incorporate it into something I drink every day and make cardamom coffee? It turns out that this is a prevalent Thai coffee taste. But, before we get into the coffee, […]

Dalla Corte USA Debuts the Zero Barista in North America

Dalla Corte USA will debut the brand new Dalla Corte Zero Barista in North American as part of Coffee Fest San Antonio 2021 at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas on Friday, June 18 and Saturday, June 19. Located at booth #500, the experts at Dalla Corte USA will be accompanied […]

The Best Tools For Making Cold-Brew Coffee, According To The Experts

Now that summer has here, it’s time to chill off with some cold-brew coffee. Cold brew is created by steeping grounds in cold water for hours, unlike ordinary iced coffee. It’s an umbrella word that encompasses a variety of coffee varieties, including nitro coffee and New Orleans-style iced coffee (more on that below). There are […]

Reduce, Reuse, Return: Interrupting the Cup Cycle

Right… Each year, 120 billion disposable cups are made to be thrown away in the US. To put that in perspective, lined up end to end, it would circle the earth 450 times. You could drive for 21 years before reaching the end of the line. And to further burst your bubble: No. They’re not […]

Inaugural Costa Rica Exclusive Coffees Private Auction Coming June 24

Costa Rican coffees in processing. All images courtesy of Sensible Development. Costa Rican green coffee company Exclusive Coffees and auction platform provider Sensible Development have teamed up for the inaugural Costa Rica Exclusive Coffees private auction, taking place online on Thursday, June 24. The companies say the auction was designed to bring some of the […]

Love, coffee and family bring Tunki Roastery to life

The essential factors that enabled a Woodville couple to start their own roastery were love, coffee, and family. Tunki Roastery roasts small quantities of specialty-grade coffee beans imported from Peru, the highest quality grade under worldwide industry standards, and just began selling them at Woodville’s Untamed possum fur and leather boutique. Nicole and Aron Sinarahua […]

EVA hails launch of Vending & Coffee Solutions Hub

By the end of May, over 1,000 industry participants had signed up for the online Vending & Coffee Solutions Hub. The European Vending Association’s learning and product exhibition platform will be available throughout the year. The hub is a virtual location where attendees may meet significant European industry leaders at an expo, watch webinars on […]

Caffeine Can Only Help So Much If You Don’t Get Enough Sleep

If you don’t get enough sleep, caffeine may keep you aware enough to do chores, but you won’t do them properly. A group of participants was asked to complete a simple memory test as well as a more complex “place-keeping” test, which required the completion of a series of tasks in a specific order without […]

At Aquiares in Costa Rica, a Model for Carbon Negativity through Agroforestry

Native shade trees among the coffee plants at Aquiares in Costa Rica. All images courtesy of the author, unless otherwise noted. As climate change continues to affect global agricultural systems, it is imperative that coffee producers and consumers alike progress towards sustainable solutions. There are countless examples of innovation in environmental sustainability throughout the coffee […]

World-famous Kona coffee belt saw rainier May than usual

The region where Hawaii’s world-famous Kona coffee is grown normally has a rainy season in the summer, but this month received more rain than typical. The Hawaii Tribune-Herald reported Monday that one coffee belt gauge, Kealakekua, had its highest May rainfall total on record, 12.86 inches (32.6 centimetres), which was 240 percent of its average […]

How to Reuse Your K-Cups

There are lots of ways that coffee has gotten reimagined over the last decade or two. Coffee shops, of course, have gotten as commonplace as gas stations. Fancy coffee drinks are the norm. And at-home coffee making and enjoyment have changed, too. One of the biggest impacts, of course, is the little invention called a […]