This organic coffee is a testament to a deep connection to the land. True to its East African terroir, the cup teems with floral and citric notes, and its history is just as energetic.
By shining a spotlight on women-grown coffees, we celebrate and recognize the many contributions of women to the world of coffee and support the empowerment of women across the globe.
Washed, natural, and wet-hulled are three of the most common methods of coffee processing. Here we break down the basics.
With notes of jammy red fruits and smooth butterscotch, this limited release is impeccably produced by a Rwandan women’s cooperative.
Coffee pairs extremely well with hazelnut’s naturally sweet richness. A dollop of whipped cream turns this hazelnut-sweetened coffee recipe into a true indulgence.
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A spectacular coffee. A treacherous journey over the Yungas Valley’s Road of Death. Get to know this exceptional Bolivia.
Whether you’re looking to master your barista skills or want to try something new, Peet’s is here to help. These step-by-step guides will help you perfect your own process at home by matching the best brewing methods with coffee roast types.
We’re often asked if these two beverages are the same thing. They’re not. From time to flavor, there’s a distinct difference between the iced coffee vs. cold brew.
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Pristine brightness, savory and sweet. A juicy, lush cup that gives back to the community at origin.
What’s the difference between dark roast and light roast (and medium, for that matter)? Coffee beans grow on trees, but […]