Coffee Is ‘Not Essential For Life,’ Says Swiss Government
Not sure how the Swiss, who drink almost ten pounds of coffee per person per year, feel about this one.
How a Suburban CA Cafe Got Their Hands on the World's Most Expensive Coffee Beans
Elida Geisha Natural set a new record, selling at auction for $803 per pound.
Coffee Roasters Are Facing Serious Health Risks, CDC Says
Working at a hip coffee roastery might have some unexpected pitfalls.
All of the Terrible Things I Learned While Working as a Barista at a Global Coffee Chain
There were mice in the madeleines. There were mice behind the walk-in. There were mice giving birth in bags of powdered frappé mix in the basement.
A Bizarre Photo Series Deconstructs Gourmet Meals Onto Human Faces
A human face serves as the canvas in an unconventional and disturbing take on culinary photography.
The Life and Death of Portland’s Bike-Powered Coffee Roaster
Portland is known for bikes, coffee, and hipsters. If you put those three things together, you get a charm-oozing café fueled by a bicycle-powered, wood-fired coffee roaster.
Thailand's New Generation of Coffee Producers Is Going Farm-to-Cup
Coffee is a relatively young industry in Thailand, but its lack of a strong export market means the small and scrappy industry is fueled by a high domestic demand for premium beans.
Half the World’s Coffee Growing Regions Could Be Gone By 2050
A new report from The Climate Institute in Australia sounds the alarm that coffee as we know it—cheap, ubiquitous, and largely taken for granted—could become a precious commodity in the future.
Why You Should Be Freezing Your Coffee Beans
It is now scientifically proven that simply by chilling your beans before grinding, you can make a superior cup of coffee.
Millennials Are Very ‘Emotional’ About Buying Coffee
A recent online survey, which looked at more than 900 millennials’ coffee buying habits, found that coffee is about way more than just beans and price.
How Much Should a Cup of Coffee Actually Cost?
We investigate if you're really getting ripped off, or are just a caffeine addicted parasite feeding off the third world.
Juvenile Delinquents Are Trading Crime for Coffee at This Rotterdam Cafe
In Rotterdam, a new cafe is helping young men turn away from lives of crime by giving them jobs roasting and serving coffee. But this ain't charity—they're making legitimately great coffee.