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Since its origins as a cultivated crop in Ethiopia over a thousand years ago, coffee has made its way around the globe and is now one of the most consumed beverages worldwide.

At Matador, we look at how this universal drink is brewed, prepared, and consumed by people of different cultures, as well as its status as one of the most popular fair trade products in the world.

Mohammed Abu-Khaleel pulls a flip phone from his pocket. The modern Bedouin.
Conference space, tasty lunch breaks, and perhaps a Belgian ale with your café.
Seven hours, seven cafes, one article, and one hell of a buzz.
I figure it’s okay to be picky, especially when I’m sharing patio spaces smaller than...
Great coffee and no dirty looks when you whip out your laptop.
Kopi Luwak is passed through the digestive tract of a civet cat.
From phallic pumps to raw eggs; five more ways to get your fix.
It can be hard to know where to start.
From the moka to the sock, here are six different ways to brew your morning pick-me-up.
Trips Co-Editor, Carlo Alcos, has been spending a lot of time in cafes lately. He thinks...
Do you really want hot coffee in the summer? Ted Scott offers a cool alternative.