Even if India is still a tea country, in the last decade increasing coffee demand by 40% is indicative of a grown in coffee culture.Read more
Coffee has become so popular in Northern Europe that all Scandinavian countries consider it their national drink. The coffee served in all the Nordic Area see the strong presence of independent coffee shops. Learn moreRead more
There are different factors that affect how much caffeine ends up in a cup of coffee, but how much does roasting really affect it?Read more
Espresso machines are highly complex, so cleaning them can be a lot more difficult than expected. This infographic aims to be a short guide for cleaning the group heads and steam wand in 9 steps.Read more
There are different ways to prepare coffee and choosing the brewing method will never be easer. How do you know which method is the best?
These infographic tries to shed light on these different coffee brewing methods.
On 1 October 2018 the International Coffee Organization chose as theme ‘Women in Coffee’to celebrate women and their important role in the coffee chain.Read more
It’s important to rethink the way that coffee residue is handled, by looking at both the environmental and economic benefits that can be developed. The first step towards doing so is by tackling the problem at the early stages of coffee production.Read more
Coffee is one of the most competitive industries in the country, and with corporate giants seemingly dominating the market. But, there are plenty of ways to get a leg up, and boosting customer loyalty is one of them.Read more
FWC, Spazio Barista and José Ignacio Jijón, have joint forces to offer coffee lovers a unique opportunity to learn about coffee roasting techniques and get a certification, in a coffee plantation and a paradisiac environment.Read more
According to the National Coffee Association (NCA), the percentage of Americans drinking coffee every day has risen from 57% to 62% over the past year. Now that is quite an impressive increase! Another factor that has caused this increase was the media attention surrounding a study on coffee consumption published in the journal Annals of Internal Medicine in August 2017. It was the largest ever study based on coffee and mortality which involved more than 520,000 people in 10 European countries. The results were quite dumbfounding, as it concluded that drinking more coffee could significantly improve a person’s life expectancy.
So what has caused this surge to happen?