Easy And Must-Try Holiday Coffee Recipes (Part 3)

  • Vanessa Hernandez

It is your most awaited time of the year again! I know you already miss the feel of the winter chill in the air again. This is the season where you can see decorations everywhere. You can already feel the excitement of a family reunion...

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Easy And Must-Try Holiday Coffee Recipes (Part 2)

  • Vanessa Hernandez
Check out our second recipe, You will love it!
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Easy And Must-Try Holiday Coffee Recipes (Part 1)

  • Vanessa Hernandez

It is your most awaited time of the year again! I know you already miss the feel of the winter chill in the air again. This is the season where you can see decorations everywhere. You can already feel the excitement of a family reunion and have a get together with your friends for the most unforgettable celebration.

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Your coffee's origin story - How coffee is processed

  • Vanessa Hernandez
Coffee processing is both a science and an art. It requires attention to detail and precision but also finesse and love...
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Coffee and genetics - Explained

  • Vanessa Hernandez

Like most coffee enthusiasts, we first only used to care about coffee taste and its magical property of being able to wake us up in the morning. But over time, we became more interested in different types of coffee, and its origin story. This article...

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How to taste and describe coffee like a pro!

  • Vanessa Hernandez
The idea behind cupping is to avoid any impact on flavour from the brewing process and to treat all coffees being tasted as equally as possible. For that reason, a straightforward brewing process is used, as bad brewing can easily change the flavour of a coffee quite dramatically. 
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Everything you need to know about Honduran coffee

  • Vanessa Hernandez
Honduras was producing just under six million bags of coffee a year by 2011, more than Costa Rica and Guatemala combined. Around 110,000 families are involved in the production of coffee across the country.
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Coffee for All – A Netflix documentary

  • Vanessa Hernandez
This documentary is a must watch for those who understand dolce far niente, the sweetness of doing nothing, as it explores the lives of those who love and live coffee. A self-actualized coffee barista.
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