USA

A very caffeinated nation Coffee was brought to the New World by the British in the mid-17th century and coffee houses became popular. But it was not until the Boston…

Palestine

Coffee with a long tradition Coffee is consumed like tea throughout the day. Before, after and between breakfast (fatur), lunch (ghada) and dinner (‘asha) served. Coffee houses (al-maqhah) are mostly…

Malta

Coffee was first introduced to the island of Malta in Europe in the 16th century.  Turkish Muslim slaves were imprisoned by the Knights of St John in 1565 during the…

Russia

The world champions of instant coffee become Third Waver The tradition of coffee drinking begins in Russia historically at the time of Peter 1st (the Great). He discovered coffee in…

Great Britain

Coffee culture with a long tradition This week once again it is time for the annual London Coffee Festival (April 12-15) and initiate the UK Coffee Week on April 16.…

Happy Easter

To celebrate this day, we gonna have our coffee with a shot. Since the obligatory eggnog is already on the table for Easter, you do not need to go shopping…

Torrefacto Method

Roasting style with a long tradition Torrefacto is a way to roast coffee beans. Originally developed in Spain, France and Portugal to make coffee last longer and preserve flavor. Unsurprisingly,…

Cappuccino Stencils

Pimp my Coffee Not everyone succeeds Latte Art. But you want your milk foam not to be so naked? It’s easy with cappuccino stencils. Mostly you get a small selection…

Tunisia

Ottoman and Andalusian influences Coffee came to Tunisia in the 16th century through the Ottomans. In 1846 there were already 102 cafés in Tunis, half of which were run by…

French Polynesia

No. 74 of coffee producers with 20 tons of coffee a year. On June 22, 1819 coffee plants were introduced from the Norfolk Islands. In 1865, about 300 Chinese arrived…