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Cover: People working in coffee are dedicated to creating new and outrageous coffee experiences for the consumer both in aesthetics and in flavour. Investigation: Coffee in Crisis At the current commercial coffee price most farmers will actually be losing money on their current harvest. Here’s why we need to ignore the stock market price for coffee and pay fair prices. Abby Berman investigates how the value chain works and why coffee farmers are suffering. Awards: FNB Coffee Magazine Awards Nominees 2019 Discover the 2019 Nominees for these prestigious Awards to celebrate the SA coffee community. Taste: Make it Your Own Way The rise of the Seasonal Beverage with champion barista, Michalis Dimitrakopoulos. Recipe included! Roast: The Inside Scoop Get a behind the scenes look into South Africa’s only coffee roasting competition as the judges decide which roasters make it through the Preliminary Round. Discover: The Alchemy of Coffee Where good ideas come from. Gordon Torr dives deep into the effects coffee has on creativity. Style: Coffee Inspires Style We asked the wonderful Thuli Machobane to curate a coffee-inspired list of style. Exploring creativity through aesthetics. Culture: Creative Alternatives to Single Use The future is now and we’ve got to make better choices when drinking our coffee. Jazz Kuschke breaks it down for us. Kick: From Bean to Ink! A subculture that has exploded on to skin everywhere.

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