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How to be an ethical coffee drinker

How to be an ethical coffee drinker

It used to seem obvious that tea was the most widely consumed drink in the world, after water. But with coffee shops popping up all over the place and the twitteratti debating the merits of flat whites and cold brews, you might be forgiven for thinking that coffee has overtaken...
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From bean to brew in Tanzania’s coffee fields

From bean to brew in Tanzania’s coffee fields

Not all coffee can be treated equally. The avid caffeine lover knows that the right bean makes all the difference. And high in the hilltops outside the Tanzanian town of Arusha you can find some excellent beans. The village of Tengeru is a filter of green, but its gold appears...
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Around the world with Hemingway

Around the world with Hemingway

The inspiration for travel can come to us in many different ways — maybe from hearing friends’ travel tales, or stumbling across maps, or discovering movies set in faraway lands. For me, much of my travel inspiration comes through the books I read. Indeed, it works both ways: books can...
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Everything you need to know about coffee

Everything you need to know about coffee

Think you know your beans from your brews? Can you name the country that drinks the most coffee? How about the legend behind where it all started? Check out our handy coffee infographic below, then impress your barista when you say you’re stopping by for a fika. Sources: chartsbin, ico.org,...
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