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Drink Coffee the British Way

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England has long been a tea-drinking country, and Brits continue to perfect their personal tea-steeping methods over decades of study and enjoyment. There is a shift, though, in England towards coffee — and it’s largely being shaped by American-style cafes. If you’ve ever ordered an espresso beverage at a cafe,…

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Drink Coffee the Mexican Way

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In Mexico, coffee is often brewed with cinnamon and sugar. The cinnamon and sugar aren’t merely added to the coffee after brewing, but they’re incorporated right into the brewing technique. The result is a coffee that’s at the same time sweet and spicy. If you’d like to try drinking coffee…

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Origin Spotlight: Colombia

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Colombia has an unparalleled reputation for producing great coffee.  Although it’s just three times the size of Montana and has few, if any, large farms, Colombia produces 12 percent of the world’s coffee — and most of what it produces is excellent. Colombia’s coffee is some of the best in…

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Origin Spotlight: Ecuador

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Ecuador is situated along the equator between two classic coffee countries, Colombia to the north and Peru to the south, Ecuador surprisingly isn’t known for producing great coffee. The country is home to the Galápagos Islands, which are just one example of its diverse ecological systems — there are twice…

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