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Cover: What kind of Coffee Drinker are You? There are coffee drinkers and then there are coffee drinkers, plus a whole realm in between. This all-encompassing term for the beverage we love and need, led us to look at what South Africans really think about coffee and particularly the coffee that they choose to drink on a daily basis. Profile: Eyes to the Stars - SA Barista Champion, Harry Mole We get to know the 2019 South African Barista Champion a passionate creative with some wild ideas and a flair for the dramatic. Discover: Panama Gesha - The Most Sought After Coffee in the World Meet Tito, a small-holder farmer from Boquete, Panama, who was farming coffee long before this region and its coffee became famous. Tech: The Next Big Thing Is magic and innovation still possible in the world of coffee? Jake Easton of Tribe Coffee Roasting, explores some ‘new’ ideas. Brew: Pour like you mean it! The gooseneck kettle is the coffee accessory you didn’t know you needed, but will totally change your brewing ritual for the better. Roast: Exploration and Experimentation World Brewer’s Cup Champion, Emi Fukahori, takes us through getting to know a coffee and getting the best out of it. Taste: Blending a Masterpiece We all know that we drink a ‘house blend’ at our favourite cafes, but what does that actually mean? And in South Africa we are spoilt for choice with so many wine varietals and so many exciting blends, but how do they do it? Travel: Made in China Famous for its tea, a group of passionate coffee professionals and farmers, aim to put China on to the specialty coffee map. Discover Great Coffee: By George! That’s Great Coffee. The Garden Route town of George has a lot to offer avid coffee drinkers.

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