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Italian coffee company using solar energy to roast beans
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New climate-resistant coffee bean discovery has ‘superior flavour’
A heat-tolerant, drought-resistant species of coffee has been rediscovered by experts.
Could climate change spell the end of Colombian coffee?
Rising temperatures are causing challenges for smallholders in one of the world's top coffee producing countries.
The third-wave coffee craze is brewing in Dubai
There’s something brewing in Dubai. Rich, often chocolatey and occasionally fruity, artisanal coffee is causing a stir in the emirate.
Exploring Vienna cafés: A look at coffee culture in Austria’s capital
Vienna's coffee culture tells visitors a lot about its history and traditions. From a fixation with the 20th century to the city's classical reputation, we take a closer look.
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This Malaysian mill is still making coffee the old-fashioned way
The Antong coffee mill has been using antique machines and traditional bean-roasting methods to produce its famed caffeine-laden powder for 87 years
Virtual tours: See Europe’s top travel destinations without leaving your couch
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"The treasure of Yemen" International Coffee Day celebrated in Sana'a
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German café finds novel way to keep business afloat post-lockdown
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Is your reusable coffee cup really making a difference?
There is the capacity for all the paper cups we use to be recycled in the UK. The problem is that customers don’t put them in the right bins.
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What can't you live without? Switzerland rethinks coffee stockpile
Since the end of WW2, the Swiss have kept a strategic reserve of coffee in case of national emergency. That might be about to change.
Coffee spill in aircraft cockpit forced plane to divert to Ireland
A commercial aircraft carrying 326 passengers was forced to divert to Shannon, Ireland, after a coffee spill caused two audio control panels to fail, it emerged today.
Trouble brewing? How coffee producers miss out as your coffee goes up
At the end of 2018, a bag of coffee cost the average UK coffee drinker €6.50 however coffee was selling at just $1 (0.89 cents of euro). So how come there is such a disparity between the market value and its retail price?
Starbucks rents out reusable coffee cups at UK Gatwick Airport
British airport offers customers the choice of a throw-away cup or a reusable one, in a bid to reduce plastic waste.