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Much is said about 'specialty coffee', but while those in the production chain and in the sector know this well, many consumers have no idea. The term 'specialty coffee' is attributed to Norwegian coffee roaster Erna Knutsen, who first used it at the international coffee conference in Montruil, France in 1978. This concept, as explained in Fernando Farfán Valencia's publication, alludes to geography and microclimates, which allow the production of coffee beans with a

Sometimes we need an extra cup of coffee in the morning to serve as pick-me-up. And some mornings, it's just not enough. But there's another way to get a boost from your cup of joe without upping the caffeine. Many coffee bean sellers are giving a portion of their sales to charities and other great causes, so you can feel even better about pouring that second mugful. Here are seven coffee companies

Colombian coffee is more alive than ever. Ours is one of the only countries that, no matter which department you are in, you can find freshly roasted coffee ready to drink. Just two hours from Bogotá, at Mesitas del Colegio, is the San Miguel farm, where Nelcy Ayala has over 5,000 coffee trees, which she cares for with special dedication. Thanks to its fruits, Ayala pulps, ferments and dries its coffee and then roasts it