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I had a total blast getting to know and hanging out with the crew from Single Origin Roasters out of Sydney, Australia, when we were in Melbourne … Read more →
Editor’s note: Erin Meister, a frequent contributing writer to Barista Magazine as well as our publication’s trusted Copy Editor, is a regional representative for Counter Culture … Read more →
When we visited Cape Town, South Africa, last December with our friends, Sarah and Jonathan Robinson (we were there to profile sister and brother team … Read more →
The science journal, Nature, takes a look at the explosion of coffee rust, or roya, in Central America. The longterm damage will be devastating. From … Read more →
There’s a new nonprofit darling on the coffee industry scene, and we think they’re pretty great. Actually, they’re not that new: the Green Cafe Network … Read more →
Here at Barista Magazine‘s world headquarters, we enjoy great coffee every day—just like you do in your shops. But last week, Ken said his cup … Read more →
Exciting news out of Kenya, a predator of the voracious and devastating coffee berry borer has just recently been discovered. Scientists are hopeful that the … Read more →
Hurricane Ida barreled into eastern Nicaragua today just north of Bluefields. The storm’s trajectory is expected to carry it north through Honduras before possibly returning … Read more →
In the June/July issue, we reported on a new program sponsored by Monin called Syrup to Bees where out-of-date syrup is being used as honey … Read more →