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Roasting The World….9 lbs At A Time

World, meet Márcio Azevedo and Ricardo Knabben, two Brazilian surfers serving one of the best cups of coffee in the Basque Country. Or, for readers who have recently stepped...

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Last August, during winter in the Southern Hemisphere, the Argentine entrepreneur and surfer Tomas Moche took the off-season to renovate the kitchen and enlarge the space of his coffee...

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Tucked away in a cute little square of the old city of Malaga is Mia Coffee Shop, one of a growing number of specialty cafes in southern Spain. It...

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The 2017 Cafe Show in Seoul, South Korea happened just a few short days ago, and for our North American and European readers who frequent coffee and tea trade...

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Lima is a city by the sea. It sits at about 1,500 meters on a bluff, and in the winter is thick with fog and the smell of salt...

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I’ve never lived in Canberra, but many people I love have, which means that I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time in the nation’s capital over the past decade...

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Newport Beach is basically the California dream, what most people imagine when they think of California: long, white beaches with rolling waves; every car on the Pacific Coast Highway...

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If there’s just one Basque word you remember, let it be bihotz. That means “heart” in the language of an estimated million people living across northern Spain, a swath...

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As you walk down the picturesque stretch of Jægersborggade, a narrow residential street connecting Assistens Cemetery and Nørrebro Park on the northern side of Copenhagen, it’s hard to imagine...

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