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Jeremy Challender talks about ‘Terroir’: “Making a reference book about the green bean is like a marathon, not a sprint”

MILAN - Jeremy Challender, we've already known him here, is UK Brewers Cup Champion, WCE Sensory Judge, co-founder of Prufrock Coffee, the dean of...

Does coffee has a terroir like wine? Not everyone believes in the concept

PORTLAND, U.S. – US wine industry folks talk about terroir a lot. A core concept in how we view wine in the 21st century, terroir is the idea that soil, climate, and topography all give a wine a distinctive characteristic that it wouldn’t have if the grapes were grown elsewhere.

What defines a Coffee’s Terroir? Country of origin is just the beginning

WASHINGTON, U.S. – I started drinking coffee in grad school but I didn’t enjoy it until I discovered Ethiopian coffee. Its characteristics were distinct from the scorched, flavored blends I was used to, and it came from a place rather than a company, which made it seem more real.

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