Learn 31 fascinating facts about coffee, including the name of Starbucks’ first café and which country drinks the most per capita.
Stretch out your enjoyment of your morning espresso with this cup that sits somewhere between an espresso and an Americano.
Cone or basket? Paper or metal? Bleached or unbleached? Just as coffee filters clear up your coffee, we’re here to clear up coffee filters.
Caffeine Informer has become the go-to source for coffee lovers who want to know how much caffeine they’re pumping into their system—and whether it’s safe.
Arabica coffee is the species that today delivers 60 per cent of all coffee beans sold worldwide. Here’s how it happened.
Coffee species are particularly vulnerable to extinction because they occur in a small number of small geographic ranges.
Caffeine is our favourite drug. But if we miss out on our fix, it can be a real headache, in more ways than one.
A survey of British Columbians showed that men drink a bit more take-out coffee than women, and Tim Hortons rules the north.
From continent to continent and from farm to farm, coffee’s flavor owes much to the place where it’s grown.
They look similar at a glance, but very different brewing methods make the Americano taste quite unlike brewed coffee.
Is it your beans, your water, your equipment or your process? Read on and we’ll help you find out.
Fifteen of the most popular coffee drinks explained.
Many coffee shops have started to blur the lines, but the flat white and cappuccino began as two distinct drinks.
If you want to expand your repertoire of free pour latte art designs beyond hearts and tulips, we have some ideas for you.
Learn how the degree of roasting affects the chemistry of a coffee bean, and most importantly the taste.
We’ll cover the basics, tell you what you need to get started, and introduce you to two easy methods.
The likelihood of a person being a coffee drinker or a tea drinker is linked with the presence or absence of key genes that shape how bitter flavours taste.