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Coffee Can Help You Live Longer, Attending Coffee Competitions, and Kenyan Coffee Reform

Coffee drinking is associated with increased longevity By The European Society of Cardiology “‘In this large, observational study, ground, instant and decaffeinated coffee were associated with equivalent reductions in the incidence...

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Sidra Coffee, Anaerobic Fermentation, and Attracting Wholesale Customers

What is Sidra coffee? By Alex Bidstrup for Perfect Daily Grind “While the variety itself is not especially well known, it is becoming increasingly prominent at [World Coffee Championship] events. […] Initially, it was reported that...

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2022 World Barista and Brewers Cup Champs, Signature Blending, and Hojicha vs. Matcha

Here Are the Winners of the 2022 World Barista Championship & World Brewers Cup By Zac Cadwalader for Sprudge “There’s a lot to unpack in these 12 routines, and that is something we will be doing in the coming weeks as we rewat...

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P Is for Pumpkin Spice, the Shakerato, and Heating Up Cold Brew Coffee

Pumpkin Spice Is Now Dictionary Official By Zac Cadwalader for Sprudge “Pumpkin spice joins the like of sponcon, yeet, sus, metaverse, altcoin, and oat milk as the newest officially recognized words in the English language. It’s be...

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Coffee Education After COVID, Dunking Cheese in Coffee, and Touba Coffee

Will coffee consumers’ focus on education continue beyond Covid-19? By Vasileia Fanarioti for Perfect Daily Grind “Naturally, [the pandemic] led many consumers to start brewing more coffee at home. According to a 2022 National Coff...

The Roast Levels Between

The Roast Levels Between

When it comes to roast levels, most specialty roasters use these recognizable and accessible terms to describe their coffees. Light roasts tend to be brighter and more vibrant, medium roasts are usually smoother and sweeter, and the darker roasts ...