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March 28, 2014 News Items
Coffee percolates into culinary art
A nice report from Coffee Fest NY Latte Art World Championship Open that took place this month.

From USA Today
Constant craving: What you should know about your caffeine addiction
Caffeine surely has many pros and cons and while giving us the morning boost it also reduces the amount of coffee we can enjoy in the day.

From The Globe and Mail
October 27, 2013 News Items
Local coffee enthusiasts reveal their secrets to making the perfect brew
'Coffee geeks" in Hong Kong are sure worthy of that title!

From South China Morning Post
Big green roasting machine keeps on churning in Swansea  Read more here: Click Here (www.bnd.com)
Great to see small scale roasters such as Riley's keeping busy while doing things the old school way.

From BND
October 20, 2013 News Items
Truth Coffee: Go for the Brews, Stay for Steampunk Decor
Cape Town is a bit out of the way, but it just landed on our bucket list! Truth Coffee houses a beautiful and mystifying custom built grinder.

From Core 77
Vancouver barista abuzz with excitement going in to national championship
The Canadian Barista Champions are underway starting today at the Convention Centre. Meet Morgan Allen from Caffe Artigiano, winner of the Western Regional!

From The Province
The Complete History Of Coffee
Wow over 2 millions cups of coffee are consumed every 5 minutes! A nice small infographic on the history of coffee.

From The Business Insider
Trouble brewing in Guatemala's coffee and cardamom fields
Many farms are under a siege of coffee rust, destroying their crops and ultimately their livelihood.

From The Guardian
How Restaurants Are Stepping Up Their Coffee Game
It's been our long time pet-peeve.... Is there a hope in the near future for good coffee at restaurants?

From Eater
May 14, 2013 News Items
Want Coffee Brewed Your Way? Be Specific
Two coffee bars opening in Manhattan will tailor the brewing method of your choice.

From New York Times
Vancouver coffee equipment firm debuts "breakthrough" French press design
Vancouver coffee equipment company Espro has created what it is touting as “the first major technology update to the French Press in over 50 years.”

From Business Vancouver
May 5, 2013 News Items
Coffee And Health: Tiny Tweaks For A Healthier Caffeine Routine
Coffee has many healthy benefits - of course when drunk in moderation - but you can tweak your intake if you have certain health issues.

From Huffington Post
April 23, 2013 News Items
Coffee Fungus Spurs Central America Migration Plans
The International Coffee Organization estimates 437,000 workers in Central America will be jobless after an outbreak of coffee rust this year and more will be affected next season.

From Bloomberg Business Week
April 14, 2013 News Items
Top coffee baristas duke it out for the National Championships
Nations top baristas spent this weekend trying to prove why they are worthy of the top title,

From NX Dailz News
February 21, 2013 News Items
Espresso, the coffee geek drink
Read about Vancouver's espresso scene and CoffeeGeek's take on Italian espresso.

From Vancouver Sun
February 17, 2013 News Items
On Portlandia, Baristas Write a Coffee Shop Manifesto
"It's espresso, not expresso"! Portlandia episodes delivers solid Barista Manifesto.

From Eater
Portland Wins 2013 NW Barista Competition
Portland barista Devin Chapman of Coava Coffee wins North West Barista Competition.

From Willamette Weeks\
Patrick Dempsey Plans a Tully's Coffee in Malibu
Mr. Dempsey has recently purchased the bankrupt coffee chain Tully's at an auction.

From The Hollywood Reporter
Coffee Academy in Tempe Offers Courses for the Aspiring Barista
International Barista Coffee Academy is the only certified coffee school for SCAE in the Americas and its now open in Tempe, AZ.

From Phoenix News Times
World-renowned barista shared his passion for coffee at Open Eye
Paul Rodas, the Guatemalan-born 2012 World Barista Champion, showed off his skills and passion at the Open Eye Cafe.

From The Daily Tarheel
January 30, 2013 News Items
A costly cup! Excitement brewing over new, high-end Geisha coffee
While I definitely wouldn't pay 7 bucks for one cup of coffee, I sure would love to say I tried coffee with a name like Geisha.

From The Washington Post
Lunch, then coffee, with Andrea Illy: Italy’s chief barista
An item from most of coffeegeek's bucket list - Lunch with Andrea Illy!

From The Globe and Mail
Increasing infestation of coffee berry borer still destroying crops
Hawaiian coffee farmers are not happy with loosing 15% of their crops to this pesky coffee lover.

Do Me a Favor. Stop Buying Bad Coffee.
"This is The Way"! Yes, do us all a favor and please buy only Good coffee.

From Huffington Post
Coffee rust regains foothold
The Institute of Coffee of Costa Rica estimates that the latest outbreak of coffee rust may halve the 2013–14 harvest in the worst affected areas of the nation.

From Nature
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