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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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Sometimes making coffee can feel like a crapshoot. Will your cup be good today? Who knows. But have you ever wished making coffee was a literal crapshoot? Then you...

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When we last checked in with Alan Adler, the endearing inventor of the Aeropress manual brewing device, he expressed genuine gratitude for the many people throughout the world who...

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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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You won’t find the sleepy neighborhood of Kyodo on a Tokyo tourist map, but that doesn’t make its streets any less of a destination. It’s a trove of restaurants...

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AeroPress inventor Alan Adler has confirmed to Daily Coffee News that, contrary to statements made a year ago, he is retaining the coffee-focused division of his company. Additionally, Adler’s...

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There’s a cafe scene in Cédric Klapisch’s cult coming-of-age film Le Péril Jeune where we see five high school friends hunkered around a table, razzing each other. At one...

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Oh the AeroPress. You can turn it any which way and make a pretty good cup of coffee with it. And now there’s a new attachment that even allows...

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It was a bit over one year ago we reported on the development of the Canadian-born Pascal Press, a new coffee brewer-tumbler consumer product that combines principles of both...

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