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Women in Coffee, Part Two: Industry

In celebration of International Women’s Month, I want to pay homage to several women and organizations who are furthering both the coffee cause, and the empowerment of women. Without their hands, without their hard work and effort, the coffee industry would be in a much […]

The [re]Birth of Coffee in Northern Ireland

The [re]Birth of Coffee in Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is known worldwide as a small corner of Ireland with a history of political and religious divide. Coffee is not in our top ten attractions! Not yet! I remember reading a travel writer/blogger not so long ago who suggested that you should “never […]

Women in Coffee, Part One: Origin

Women in Coffee, Part One: Origin

In celebration of International Women’s Month, I want to pay homage to several women and organizations who are furthering both the coffee cause, and the empowerment of women. Without their hands, without their hard work and effort, the coffee industry would be in a much […]

Holiday Gifts for Coffee Lovers: 2013

Seasons greetings, fellow coffee enthusiasts! And happy Black Friday! Do you have a coffee lover in your family that you just can’t think of a holiday gift for? Are you a coffee lover and want to get a mere coffee appreciator in your family something that […]

8 Tips for Environmentally Friendly Coffee Practices

8 Tips for Environmentally Friendly Coffee Practices

Happy Earth Day, coffee lovers! Welcome to my table, here in the corner of this cafe – which is made of recycled wood, milk crates, and counter remnants. In light of today’s celebration of Mother Earth, many of you may be asking yourselves, “What can […]