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New Zeland: the story of a shipping container that became a cafe

Once upon a time there was a shipping container that dreamed pastel colors and wanted to be a bar. In a far, far away country, where people live upside down, there is an enchanted valley with woods ...

TOP HOTELS – Hacienda Bambusa in Colombia’s coffee region to re-open December 2014

BOGOTA – Chosen in 2011 by National Geographic Traveler magazine as one of the top 5 hotels in Colombia, Hacienda Bambusa ...

VIETNAM – Coffee festival promoting Buon Ma Thuot brand.

DAK LAK – The fifth Buon Ma Thuot’s Coffee Festival promoting the coffee brand of the Tay Nguyen Central Highlands is sche...

Starbucks opens Costa Rican coffee farm Hacienda Alsacia to visitors

ALAJUELA, Costa Rica — Starbucks Coffee Company opens the doors to its Visitor Center at Hacienda Alsacia, located on the ...

Vietnam’s Central Highlands region whitened by blooming coffee flowers

CENTRAL HIGHLANDS, Vietnam – Both the flower shoot and the fruit set of the coffee flower, the fragrance, shape and colour of which are reminiscent of jasmine. At the end of spring, the Central Highlands is covered by the white colour of coffee flowers. Amidst the blazing sunshine of the Central Highlands, the coffee field ...

Alaska, Kaladi Brothers Coffee turns 30 and become The Rustic Goat

ALASKA - The origin story, or myth, of coffee—many people’s favorite non-alcoholic beverage—goes something like this: An E...

Angola: Coffee production resumes in large scale in Uíge

UÍGE, Angola - The governor of northern Uige province, Paulo Pombolo, Monday announced the return of coffee production in ...

Ethiopia presents new coffee logo at the International Coffee Event 2020

ADDIS ABABA – Ethiopia unveiled a new coffee logo at the International Coffee Event (ICE) 2020 opened yesterday at the Mil...

This waitress has some crazy reflexes amazing on camera

A waitress has showed off an amazing sense of timing while working at the Posito bar in the town of Moaña, Pontevedra, Spain. The woman was reaching overhead for a mug, but before she ...

A Journey to Colombia’s Coffee Belt, the northern reaches of the Andes

MILAN – The New York Times has recently featured, in its Travel section, an interesting story, written by Gustave Axelson, about a journey to Colombia’s Coffee Belt. The article describes the everyday life of Colombian campesinos in the northern reaches of the Andes Mountains.