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.
The Challenges of Coffee Certifications Go Beyond The Retail Shelf
Coffee certifications can be a valuable tool for farmers and roasters—but can be cost-prohibitive and difficult to navigate. We explore the benefits and challenges of certification programs before a coffee ever reaches the shelf.
Let’s Talk About Coffee Certifications
B-corp, organic, fair trade: what do all the certifications gracing the shelves of coffee shops and grocery stores mean? We take a closer look.
Sweet Companions: Creating The Perfect Coffee and Cheese Pairing
Its high fat content and overall creaminess makes cheese ideal for balancing coffee’s acidity.
Coffee Waste or Product Potential?
Thanks to innovative minds across the globe, coffee cherry excess is being repurposed in food products, merchandise production, and even as biofuel.
Grinding for a Purpose: Everything You Need To Know To Pick The Right Grinder
While espresso machines get most of the attention, grinders are the real workhorses of a café.
The 2022 Fresh Cup Gift Guide
We asked our global team of writers, editors, and designers to suggest some of their go-to gifts this holiday season.
Who Is Canned Cold Brew For?
Ready-to-drink (RTD) or canned beverages have exploded in popularity, and the coffee industry hasn’t been exempt from this trend.
A New Kind of Mocha: On Specialty Chocolate Producers
The same care and craft that's transformed specialty coffee has also changed the way we make and consume chocolate—and how we drink our mochas.
Waste No More: Cleaning Up After Coffee
From pulp to grounds to chaff, here's how to use the byproducts of coffee.