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We wanted to capture what people are feeling at this time. Alone. Distanced. Going through their coffee rituals in a new or different way to usual. Some say red symbolizes danger or anger. Both abound during this pandemic. Red also symbolizes love and that’s what we’re choosing to focus on. We love coffee, we love our community and we love you, the people who make it, and this magazine, worth it. Issue 31 is packed full of inspiration and escapism and incredible humans. Cover Story: Coffee in the Time of COVID-19 A new reality is upon us and the world will never be the same again, what does this mean for the coffee community, professionals and consumers alike? We explore the possibilities. Discover: The History of Espresso Machines A look back at how the espresso machine came to prominence and remains integral in our coffee lives. Inspire: Breaking the Mould Amazing coffee professionals who inspire us to see the world differently. Taste: Going Nuts over Dairy Exploring the rapidly expanding dairy-alternative market Roast: The Process of Roasting Coffee We asked some of our favourite roasters: What are the most important things consumers should know? Travel: The New World The view from a coffee professional working in the ever-expanding and wildly intriguing city of Dubai. Origin Focus: Guatemala, where coffee is life. Brew: Frothing Good Fun An interview and tips from the new South African Latte Art Champion. Human Interest: Exclusive interview with Jooyeon Jeon of South Korea, current World Barista Champion. Discover Great Coffee: Showcasing six of the most beautiful, unique and outrageous cafes across the world.

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