The Boston Tea Party, representation, and how coffee become a symbol of American patriotism

December 16th, 1773 was a cold, blistery Boston evening. By 7 pm, the sky would have been pitch black with the only light coming from the stars, candles, and the occasional lantern. The air rolling in off the Atlantic was crisp and biting as it wrapped around the Boston Harbor. On this night, sixty men dressed in Mohawk costumes boarded three ships carrying British tea and tipped, dumped, and stomped into being one history's greatest, most impactful political protests. It was also the night coffee became America's drink.

2020 Holiday Gift Guide!

Our Holiday Guide is live! With great, customizable gifts starting as low as at $8.50. From samplers, to gift basket, to subscriptions and equipment, we'll help you find the best gift for your coffee lover!

Why brokers are so important to coffee roasters

Want to know a great secret in the coffee roasting world? Coffee brokers. Coffee brokers are vital to a thriving coffee industry -- they ensure quality control, offer a lifeline to farms, assume the purchasing risk for roasters, and share information between growers and roasters.

Coffee, cholesterol, and filters

Coffee filters are a daily feature in many of our lives and choosing the right filter can be, well, tricky. Aside from the numerous brands to select between, there are also a host of different types of coffee filters to choose from, each with its own pros and cons.

Gluten, carbs, and sugar … in your coffee?

Carbs and sugars and gluten in your coffee? Well, it really depends on how you drink it and where you buy it. Coffee, like popcorn and leafy greens, is a healthy option when consumed plain but can become deceptively carb-heavy, fat-laden, and sugar-packed once dressed-up.

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