Coffee News Club: Week of March 27th
Walkouts, “shelved” sustainability plans, and losing 36 minutes of sleep. Here’s the news for the week of March 27th.
Beyond Cold Brew: Elevating Your Cold Coffee Menu
From iced lattes to frozen drinks, café customers can’t get enough cold coffee. Find out how cafés can tap into the growing demand with a diverse cold drink menu.
The Cup In Hand: How Shape and Design Affect Coffee Drinking
The shape, weight, and feel of a cup can have a significant impact on the way you experience the flavor of coffee.
Coffee News Club: Week of March 20th
Young doctors being pitted against coffee pros was probably not on your 2023 news forecast. Here’s the news for the week of March 20th.
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Can Liberica Change The Way We Grow Coffee?
Once cultivated in the 19th century to battle coffee leaf rust, liberica, a nearly forgotten coffee species—and its new subvariety, excelsa—may be the answer to the looming threat of climate change.
Good Genes: Genetic Diversity And The Future of Coffee
How the industry is looking to genetic resource conservation to help preserve coffee.
New Names, Same Faces: Genetic Accuracy for Yemeni Coffee
In Yemen, coffee varieties are often referred to by colloquial names, which are often inaccurate and don’t reflect real varieties. But a new study is giving farmers more definitive names and greater access to…
Fresh Reads: A Conversation With Edward Fischer of Making Better Coffee
We talk to the anthropology professor about his latest book, which explores the history of coffee in Guatemala to dissect how value is determined and created.
Five Pieces We Want To See At “Italian Passion: The Art of Espresso”
Number three might be our favorite—the Copenhagen-based exhibit showcases the evolution of classic coffee equipment.
Fresh Finds: The Stagg EKG Pro Studio
We got our hands on the Pro Studio from Fellow, and here’s what we think.