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Yker Valerio
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
16 days
Hi Joachim, Kaldi's story is pretty standard. Still, it's most likely a legend or a narrative account of a somewhat more complex cultural and historical...
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Yker Valerio
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
17 days
Hi Vasileia, tradition and culture play a determinant role in drinking coffee after dinner. For instance, in my country, Venezuela is quite usual to have...
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Yker Valerio
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
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Thanks for this question, Vasileia. I love to research the origin of the words we use everyday. Java -a popular name for coffee- is named after...
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Asharita D'Silva
Coffee experts@Era of We
a month
Why is it called a flat white?
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Chandra Melo
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
a month
The name "flat white" originated in New Zealand. It's the smallest and most popular style of coffee in New Zealand, Australia, and Southeast Asia. A...
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Jennie Backteman
Coffee experts@The Coffee Lab
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A lot! For starters, it's boiled coffee. And Turkish coffee is richer, stronger and served with little sugar. There are many different coffees around the...