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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.

Coffee Articles

10 coffeeshops in NYC that will definitely wake you up

by Katka Lapelosová

Infographic: 15 surprising health benefits of coffee

by Matt Hershberger

Here are the best baristas around the world on Instagram

by David Miller

Infographic: How beer and coffee affect your brain

by Alice Latham

Infographic: 7 steps to becoming a smarter coffee drinker

by Alice Latham

Infographic: Around the world in 31 coffees

by Alice Latham

How to stuff your face in Berlin

by Marcela Faé

21 Reasons You Should Never Go to Oregon

by Kate Siobhan Mulligan

So America’s hottest new coffee town is…Denver?

by Cathy Brown

27 signs you’re addicted to coffee

by Katka Lapelosová

What baristas actually think of your drink order

by Erin Easter

Coffee vs. tea: Does what you drink make you more productive?

by Katka Lapelosová

Coffee with Bedouins, Jordan

by Candice Walsh

5 cafes to get work done in London

by Sage Russell

7 cafes to get work done in Montreal

by Michelle Schusterman

6 indie coffee shops in Toronto, Canada

by Jules Torti

10 cafes in LA that will improve your writing

by Juliet C. Obodo

Drinking Kopi Luwak ‘poop coffee’ in Indonesia

by Tricia Bolyard-Mitchell
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