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Greeks retain their enthusiasm for coffee in a turbulent market. more

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If you want to travel forward and backward in Greek history within a few minutes time the MOKKA coffee bar is the place to visit. more

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Per capita consumption is half the European average but coffee is viewed as an “affordable urban luxury” and is slowly gaining ground. more

Coffee Report

Audun Sørbotten was a very successful roaster from Lillehammer, Norway, when love struck and he moved to his wife’s native Poland. He opened a small roastery in Bydgoszcz where locals favored a dark roast robusta with warm water poured over it. more

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If you live in Moscow and have ambitions to roast coffee for your shop, or just want to experiment on a small scale, you can bring your green coffee to Olga Melik–Karakozova and rent a roaster. more

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In a country rich in coffee history Isabela Raposeiras and the Coffee Lab she founded is a modern pioneer and champion of Brazil’s specialty coffee. more

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After a slow start the coffee culture is now booming in Belarus and the word is spreading. more

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Morten Wennersgaard is a new kind of coffee trader. He may own a tie, but you will never see him wearing it—he does have several pairs of boots. more

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