A look inside the world of coffee 

… of Coffee,” was done in collaboration with Illy, an Italian coffee company, and resulted from a common passion and value for sustainable development. “His project became ours, and ours became his: a project founded on a shared dream of respect for the environment and its people through the ideals of kindness, beauty and justice,” Andrea Illy, chairman and CEO of Illy, wrote in the photo book. Salgado’s images document the traditional methods of sustainable coffee farming. …

Coffee bike offers downtown Grand Forks a caffeine jolt | Grand Forks Herald

By Rose Rementer | July 1, 2015 Grand Forks, N.D. – In 2012, husband and wife, Josh and Mary Hoeckle, came up with the idea of opening a coffee shop. In March of 2013 they started the downtown Grand Forks store “The Ember.” “This is our passion,” Mary said. Just three weeks ago their newest idea came to life: a mobile coffee cart bike. “We were researching it and we saw a cart similar to this in Ohio and we found the company that made them in Portland, …

A Coffee Shop Franchise Where the Baristas Wear Almost Nothing Is Actually a Thing

… caramel and white chocolate) and the Sex in your Mouth twisted energy drink (guava, passion fruit, peach strawberry and orange juice). Servers wear bikinis – or something like them – a fact that is extensively documented in the company’s semi-NSFW social media accounts. The lower end of the investment range is $25,000 to $50,000, as the drive-thru concept allows for fewer expenses than a typical coffee shop. To continue reading this article, please click on this link: Source: A Coffee …

Australia is changing global coffee culture | The Japan Times

From JapanTimes.co.jp | May 30, 2015 Sasa Sestic poses with his trophy atop bags of coffee beans at his roasting facility in Canberra last month after winning the World Barista Championship. | AFP-JIJI CANBERRA – Australia is renowned for its love of beer. But its passion for a different type of brew — coffee — has been making global headlines. Sasa Sestic, from the capital, Canberra, is the second coffee maker from Down Under to …

Australia makes its mark on global coffee culture | Lifestyle | GMA News Online

By Glenda Kwek, AFP | May 26, 2015 CANBERRA, Australia – Australia is world-renowned for its love of beer. But its passion for a different type of brew — coffee — is what has been making global headlines recently. Sasa Sestic, from the capital Canberra, is the second coffee maker from Down Under to win the World Barista Championship in the competition’s 15th year which drew national champions from some 50 countries. Young, driven and keen to shake up the coffee scene, …