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  • November 3, 2015

    Spotlight on Sumatra

    We have told you about coffee from many parts of the world, from Brazil to Guatemala, Argentina to Ethiopia. Today, we are going to tell you about a region that you may not know very well—Sumatra. We will address the basics on Sumatran coffee, and give you a taste of what makes it so popular.
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  • October 22, 2015

    Coffees for a Hawaiian Getaway

    In the United States, there is only one state that commercially grows coffee—Hawaii. Why? The rich, volcanic soil, tropical climate, and plentiful rainfall provide ideal conditions for coffee growth. Since its introduction to Hawaii in the 1800s, coffee has become an important part of the state’s culture, heritage, and economics, and could be considered as the pride of Hawaii. Hawaii has long been a popular vacation destination, but it’s not always easy to hop on a plane for an island getaway, and get a taste of authentic Hawaiian coffee. Luckily, you have CoffeeAM!
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  • October 15, 2015

    From Bean to Cup: How Does Your Coffee Grow?

    Before your coffee ever made its way to your cup, even before it was brewed in your coffee pot, or you picked it up at the store, your coffee has made quite a journey. Have you ever wondered how your coffee really got its start, and how it matured into the delicious, soothing beverage that gets you through your day? Well, get ready for story time.
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  • October 1, 2015

    6 Coffee Questions You’re Too Embarrassed to Ask Your Coffee Shop

    You have probably been to your local coffee shop dozens of times, and you probably order the same items every time. Most likely, you do this because you’re a creature of habit. But, perhaps it’s because you are a little uncomfortable to ask questions about more ‘foreign’ items out of fear of looking stupid. You might hear some ‘fancy’ terms being thrown around the counter, but you have no idea what these mean. Never fear! That’s where CoffeeAM comes to your rescue. We’re here to set the record straight on those coffee terms, and to help you look like a pro (instead of a newbie) when you order your coffee. Here, you’ll find the answers to some common questions that may have had you scratching your head for a while.
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  • August 20, 2015

    Great Gifts: Coffee Samplers

    Impressing coffee lovers with just the right gift can be a tall order. Each coffee drinker has his or her own particular standards and tastes. While you may not have the means to give them an all expenses paid vacation around the world to sample coffee from different regions, you can still capture the essence of that very experience. How? With gourmet coffee samplers from CoffeeAM. Rather than packing each one with multiples of one coffee, recipients will have different ways to soothe their picky palates. Whether it’s for the holiday season, an upcoming birthday, or a little something to say ‘I love you,’ there is a sampler to meet your needs, and fulfill the recipient’s wishes.
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  • August 6, 2015

    Coffee With a Cause: Living Beyond Breast Cancer

    It goes without saying that no matter what, giving back naturally feels good–having the small satisfaction that you are in fact making a difference, whether big or small, in someone’s life. When you combine that gratifying feeling with a hot...

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  • July 30, 2015

    Your Coffee Import: Spotlight on Ethiopia

    You probably wouldn’t argue that you love your coffee, and can’t imagine how you ever lived without it. But as you savor each and every sip, do you ever think about where your coffee came from, aside from your coffee pot? Where did coffee itself really get its start? Legend has it, that coffee has its true roots in the highlands of Ethiopia, and coffee trees have since been growing for centuries, even now.
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  • July 21, 2015

    Perking Up Your Office Coffee

    When you think of the coffee in a typical office, your expectations are usually pretty low. Freshness and rich flavor are two things that don’t immediately come to mind. There have been ongoing debates as to whether or not coffee’s effects in the workplace in terms of productivity, but when it comes to American consumers, a survey conducted annually has shown that 63% of coffee drinkers say that they have at least two cups of coffee on work days.
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  • July 14, 2015

    Your Coffee Import: Spotlight on Brazil

    Brazil is unquestionably the biggest coffee producing country in the world. Coffee plantations in Brazil often cover immense areas of land, need hundreds of people to manage and operate them, and produce huge quantities of coffee. Both arabica and robusta beans are grown, though in different coffee growing regions. A fine cup of Brazilian is a clear, sweet, medium-bodied, low-acid coffee.
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