Working with numerous British and Irish rugby players over the years, The Roastery was reached out to directly to supply the coffee for the rugby team’s tour.
Coffee is no longer just a hot drink, it’s a lifestyle, and the type of coffee we drink reflects far more than just our coffee preferences, states Matthew Mills, commercial director of the UK’s Masteroast.
The latest International Coffee Organisation (ICO) report reveals that prices for Arabica coffee in July 2021 surged to the highest levels since November 2014.
The 27-year-old brand Gong cha, formed in Taiwan, is set to open a new bubble tea store in Covent Garden.
US-based Coffee Support is offering a solution for growing coffee brands wanting to maintain or improve the quality and control of their products.
I cannot believe that it is already August, but it is, which means that Tea & Coffee World Cup is only weeks away! Our first virtual conference debuts 8 September but registrants will have one month following the launch to view all the presentations. The digital Tea & Coffee World Cup (TCWC) will be a combination of lectures and skill-building classes, as well as a virtual exhibition hall.
The 82-seat shop in the historic city of York has created 15 new full-time and part-time jobs.
Green tea industry powerhouse ITO EN has chosen to partner with another respected global green tea leader, Taiyo International, to supply high-quality matcha to the food, beverage & supplement industries in North America.
Francesco Sanapo, owner of Florentine brand Ditta Artigianale, is set to embark on a cycling tour of Italy to raise awareness of climate change and its threat to coffee.
Who knew that specialty tea could be so heated? (Sorry, it’s a lame pun but I could not resist!) I should clarify — the brewing debate (and it’s certainly ‘brewing’) centres around the attempt to define specialty tea. There was no true or even “working” definition of “specialty tea” until last week when the European Speciality Tea Association (ESTA) offered one.
illycaffè’s new campaign highlights the inclusive, shared and social value of the quest for happiness as a common heritage – in particular, the many who contribute to making a cup of coffee.
Tea and Herbal Association of Canada, Tea and Herbal Infusions Europe and
the Tea Association of the USA offer a statement on the new definition of specialty tea.