New York’s Own Coffee

New York City has grown its own coffee scene, featuring a staff and customers as diverse as the city itself.
by Rachel Northrop | September 12, 2016

Coffee Labeling

Names have the power to communicate origin stories to customers.
by Rachel Northrop | August 17, 2016

Transforming the Mountaintop

With the help of locals, two Americans planted a coffee farm in the mountains of Costa Rica.
by Rachel Northrop | April 11, 2016

Bustler Coffee

Automatic for the busy people.
by Rachel Northrop | February 9, 2016

Coffee Education

Birch Coffee teaches high schoolers a coffee curriculum.
by Rachel Northrop | February 5, 2016

A Two-way Street

When coffee farmers visit consumer countries, it can be powerful and empowering.
by Rachel Northrop | October 5, 2015

Café Devoción: From Brooklyn to Bogota

Café Devoción's Colombian coffee getaway in New York City.
by Rachel Northrop | June 29, 2015

Across the Buyer’s Desk

The fulcrum between Colombian coffee growers and the international market.
by Rachel Northrop | January 12, 2015

Long Laborers, Now Farmers

The Ngöbe: Panama's hidden coffee people.
by Rachel Northrop | August 18, 2014