Here's a taste of what's happening at Dilworth Coffee roasting facilities and stores.
Coffee history is filled with stories of smuggling and seduction, espionage and armed conflict, religious edicts and trade monopolies, and kings and simple goatherders. Of course, with any such ancient and action-packed tales as this, some facts are likely to have [read more]
The SCAA gives the definition of espresso as “a 25-35mL (.85-1.2oz [x2 for double]) beverage prepared from 7-9 grams (14-18 grams for a double) of coffee through which clean water of 195-205 degrees F has been forced at 9-10 atmospheres of [read more]
Located in the highlands of Nicaragua, between the cities of Matagalpa and Jinotega, Selva Negra leads the way when it comes to sustainable coffee production. The beginnings of Selva Negra stretch back to 1891, when German immigrants settled in the area. [read more]
Most of us are familiar with Sumatra coffee today but it wasn’t until the late 17th century that the plant appeared in Indonesia. The Dutch East India Company, seeking to break a monopoly on the coffee trade held at that time [read more]