Many factors work together to enable tasters to pin down the exact flavours of each individual coffee, as Claire Gordon-Webster discovers. Photo by Gary Smith
We demand a lot from our coffee these days, great taste, an acceptable price and organically sourced. Maja Jaworska asks, can we really have our coffee and drink it?
Photo by Gary Smith
One of the world’s most popular brew methods, the Ibrik, has been struck from the program at the World Barista Championships. And that’s a huge shame, says Chloe Callow
We bid a sad farewell to our long-term Conti CC100
That paper cup you’re hoping to recycle is destined for landfill – like billions more. Surprised? David Burrows explains why and does the math on greener options
Chloe Callow went in search of three experts who could conjure up a delicious coffee-based ice lolly
Once popular across the world, the vacuum – or syphon – brewer is now only popular in Asia. But with more and more speciality cafés giving it a go, is it time for a revival? Photo by Gary Smith
Returning for a third year the Coffee Festival will be at the iconic Edinburgh Corn Exchange
The Czech Republic's sixth edition of their coffee festival.
Which Cafe Will Be Crowned The Best Late Art In The UK?
You’ve never heard of putting butter and oil in your coffee? Where have you been? Chloe Callow corrupts her morning ritual to check out the claims behind the latest health fad. Photo by Amber Morahan
When we invited mixologists and coffee hounds to concoct a coffee-inspired cocktail, the test panel got very merry indeed. Chloë Callow reports Photos by Giulia Mule
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