To Make It Rain, Plant More Coffee TreesDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

Coffee plants in an agroforest system. All images courtesy of Soil Symbiotics. Throughout Latin America, coffee-growing regions are quickly becoming hotter and dryer while at the same time losing substantial tree cover. Globally, coffee farms cover an estimated 11 million hectares of ecologically sensitive land. Many of these farms are the last bastions of standing … Read more

US Barista Champ Morgan Eckroth On Life After WBC (And What’s Next)

What a competition season it has been for Morgan Eckroth. After taking the United States Barista Championship by storm last April in Boston, bringing her nearly 7 million followers on Tiktok, Instagram, and YouTube along for the ride, the Portland-based coffee professional better known as @MorganDrinksCoffee set their sights on Australia and the World Barista … Read more

The Sprudge Holiday Coffee Gift Guide For 2022

You love coffee. You need coffee. And chances are there’s someone on your 2022 Holiday Shopping List who feels the same way about warm, delicious coffee drinks. Each year it’s our pleasure here at Sprudge Media Network to present to you a plethora of holiday coffee gift-giving options, curated in part from our incredible network … Read more

Ivory Coast Coffee: Past, Present, and Future

There’s a good chance you’ve already tried Ivory Coast coffee. But you may not have known it then. Ivory Coast produces almost exclusively Robusta coffee beans. The beans are exported worldwide for blends and instant coffee. So, that creamy, earthy note in your last espresso could just be Ivorian. This guide covers the impressive early … Read more

Coffee Blending For the Home Roaster

March 6, 2016 by Michael Allen Smith Shortly after you start home roasting coffee you’ll come face to face with a near-empty bag of coffee. You’ll look at it and decide it’s too little for a single batch of coffee. At this point, you can either buy more coffee from that same crop, throw it … Read more

Know Your Methods: Lactic Processed Coffee

We continue our series on processing by looking at the lactic process, a complex method that can produce stunning results. BY TANYA NANETTISENIOR ONLINE CORRESPONDENT Photos courtesy of Felipe Sardi A simple cup of well-brewed coffee can have endless variations of flavors and aromas, which are closely linked to the many different aspects of the … Read more

Peanut Butter Coffee Recipe

If you grew up eating peanut butter and jelly sandwiches as a kid, you’ll appreciate the nutty kick you’ll get from this delicious recipe for peanut butter coffee. All you need is some brewed coffee, milk, sweetener, and, of course, peanut butter. With such a simple base, there’s a lot of fun to be had … Read more

Madagascar Coffee Beans: Facts, Guide, Flavors

Madagascar hasn’t made a huge impact on the global coffee scene. But that’s not due to a lack of coffee production. It’s because it’s an island of coffee lovers. Most coffee produced in Madagascar is consumed in the country. This guide will teach you everything you need to know about Madagascar coffee, from the farm … Read more

Cameroon Coffee Beans: The Ultimate Guide

Cameroon has had its ups and downs in the coffee production realm. It was once one of the greatest producers of coffee. Now it ranks, still impressively, as 21st on the global stage thanks to the determination of smallholder farmers. This article explores Cameroon coffee beans with the ultimate guide. A Complete Guide To The … Read more