7 Tips for Starting a Coffee Shop in 2020

The global population consumes over 400 billion cups of coffee. And, over 50% of Americans over 18 drink coffee on a daily basis. From a business standpoint, the market is massive! It’s no surprise starting a coffee shop is on your brain. But, if you’re just getting started, the process can feel overwhelming. Where …

Read More

A Brief History of Coffee Around the World

Coffee is the most popular beverage in the world. In fact, more than 400 million cups of coffee are consumed around the world each year. Have you ever wondered where coffee got its start? How did we discover this magical beverage and how did it get so popular? Keep reading for a brief history …

Read More

10 Different Ways to Brew Coffee at Home

More than perhaps any other beverage, coffee is America’s drink. We start our mornings with it, use it as an afternoon pick-me-up, finish our dinners with it, and use it to both welcome and politely dismiss guests from our home. And in recent years, we have started looking at coffee …

Read More

Your Guide to the Coffee Bean: Types and Varieties

Americans love their coffee. In the United States, more than 450 million cups of coffee are consumed each day. As a coffee retailer, it’s important that you give your customers the best possible product. Most coffee producers offer more than one blend so that their customers can make a choice based …

Read More


7 Reasons Why You Need to Try Costa Rica Coffee Today

There’s a lot of debate among coffee drinkers about which coffee is the best. Much like with wine, different varieties of beans and different growing regions can have a huge impact on the final flavor of your morning cup of joe. But if you want one of the finest coffee …

Read More

A Coffee Addict’s Guide to Peruvian Coffee

If you’re a coffee enthusiast at all, chances are you’ve heard of Peruvian coffee. It’s one of the most popular coffee growing regions in the world, producing a unique fruity flavor. But did you know that Peruvian coffee culture dates back to the eighteenth century? From the time coffee first …

Read More