Quality, Gourmet coffees come from many parts of the world, so you should always look for new coffees. And coffee is much more than just a drink. its part of a lifestyle, its jobs for people, its income for literally millions of farmers. In fact there are more people farming coffee than just about any other livelihood.
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We can make the planet a better place if we make good choices about sustainability, and about recycling; Coffees.com will be active in promoting these good practices.
If you want the absolute best cup of coffee, you buy your beans from a local roaster. Buy them the day they were roasted. Get yourself a very good grinder; Burr Grinders are best. Many people feel the French Press (also called a Coffee Press) makes the best coffee; you have to experiment. Just make sure the grind you do matches the kind of coffee maker - a coffee press requires a more course grind, drip is intermediate, and espresso makers like a fine grind.
If you like straight espresso, try out many different coffee shops. The skill of the Barista is very important - so once you find one that you like, stick with them - and send us a review.
If you want to support ethical coffee organizations, search online for phrases like Fair Trade Coffees, Shade Grown Coffees, and Direct Trade Coffee. One of our favorites is Equal Exchange.
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