Blending, roasting & processing
69% of Americans drink 2 or more cups of coffee every day – everything from Folgers to craft coffee roasters carefully curated in a home coffee maker or at the local coffee shop – how did the humble cup of joe come to be such a cultural phenomenon?
The city that never sleeps will be well caffeinated this month as two coffee (and tea) shows are taking place in March: Coffee Fest New York (3-5) and the Coffee & Tea Festival NYC (23-24).
Bristol-based Extract Coffee Roasters has launched a limited edition espresso called Kickflip, as part of a campaign to encourage skaters to donate their spare boards to charity Ethiopia Skate.
Cropster, a software solution for the coffee industry, has appointed Dominik Mucklow as product manager for origin and research & development.
Following increasing demand for high quality and authentic organic Japanese matcha, Sugimoto Tea Company has increased production through opening a second factory in Shizouka, Japan.
DMCC has opened the ‘DMCC Coffee Centre’, a state-of-the-art 7,500m² temperature-controlled facility, and the first of its kind in the Middle East.
The Tea Masters Cup will have its debut in the US this year, with the first national qualifying round taking place at the World Tea Expo, 11-13 June in Las Vegas.
Caribou Coffee has released its Amy’s Blend for 2019, a coffee that pays tribute to the company’s first roastmaster, Amy Erickson, celebrating the way she lived and her enduring legacy of leadership.
illycaffè has opened its ninth academic year of the inter-University level one Master’s Degree in the Economics and Science of Coffee-Ernesto Illy.