It’s a choice between milk or water with these Starbucks favorites   The difference between these popular iced coffee drinks comes down to milk or water. While both start with rich shots of espresso, with an Iced Latte your barista adds cold milk to the espresso, then...

We’ve always cared about what’s inside a coffee cherry—the coffee beans. But cascara, the fruity outer layer of the cherry, is having a moment. [embed]https://youtu.be/dp0ktm71Itw[/embed]   After processing coffee cherries—removing the fruit from the beans—farmers have historically turned the pulp into fertilizer or compost. Some mills use it as a...

Although hundreds of miles separate them, two coffee-producing communities in East Africa share a deep commitment to their coffee and the people behind it. In the Gakenke District of Rwanda, more than 1,900 farmers, nearly half of whom are women, make up the Abakundakawa co-op. From innovative...

Supporting the next generation of coffee farmers and coffee drinkers As dusk settled over the highlands of Guatemala, Mattea Fleischner sipped freshly roasted coffee, grown a few hundred meters below at Finca San Jose. The meticulously brewed beverage—prepared with sugar, no cream—served as a warm reminder...