While Turkey could be said to be a perfect amalgamation of the East meeting the West, the first coffee shop of a modern-day standard was established in Constantinople, around 1554-55. Quite distinguished, the coffee culture evolved into being something special
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The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on Brazilian coffee exports. A BSCA interview
Director of BSCA, an association of specialty coffee producers, says that Brazilian coffee has complied with coronavirus and sustainability protocols; beyond the record crop, the production has high quality. Even with the coronavirus pandemic hindering business, closing borders, and negatively
Coffee Arabica – The identity of Yemen
Ethiopian Coffee – Single Origin & Traceability
In a country where whisky is the King, can coffee compete? History and coffee culture in Scotland
History and rise of coffee culture in Ireland
The African Position in The Global Coffee Market
Coffee: From Commodity, to Cultural Icon, to Luxury Good
Specialty Coffee: 3 Reasons To Explain To your Customers
Customers often ask “Is it worth to pay extra for just a cup of coffee?”
Many customers ignore the fact that a cup of specialty coffee has much more value than they may see it on the outside. It’s a work of a collective craftsmanship which has a lot of hard work behind the scene. So, your customers should understand what they are paying for, when they are enjoying a cup of ‘expensive’ coffee.
Turkish Coffee Culture: An Intangible Cultural Heritage
Turkey has a long-established coffee culture with a rich history that has become ingrained in many elements of Turkish culture. Deemed so important in 2013 UNESCO inscribed Turkish coffee culture and tradition into the list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Consumption of coffee in Turkey for 2017 was still relatively low compared to many European countries but Turkey has experienced a growth in many coffee shop chains over recent years, including the global giant Starbucks and its competitors.