Coffee-producing countries like Rwanda are roasting more frequently, helping facilitate local consumer culture.
Emily McIntyre delivers her second blog entry from Ethiopia.
Emily McIntyre checks in from Ethiopia, where she’s working to help progress Ethiopia’s coffee industry.
The Timor-Leste Coffee Association hosted its first national cup quality contest in conjunction with Festivál Kafé Timor in December.
Brazil grows 30 percent of the world’s coffee, but products fight a reputation as filler- or commodity-grade. Local farmers are working to change that.
World Coffee Research’s scientific director discusses current and upcoming projects.
The quality of coffee consumed in Costa Rica is catching up to the diverse, flavorful coffees it exports as brewing methods and café culture evolve.
Micro-roasters are benefiting from innovations at the logistics level of the coffee supply chain.
Over the centuries, many different crops have dotted the mountainsides of Yunnan. Coffee shares in this rich history together with the people who farm it.
With experience as a roaster and café manager, Sibomana is spreading the good word of specialty coffee in Rwanda.