coffee beans

Matchmaking for Coffee?

by American Society of Agronomy

Farmers have tried to lower the temperature for coffee plants by intercropping them with shade trees; but so far, they haven’t been very successful

What's in Your Cup?

by American Chemical Society

Keeping filler ingredients out of your cup of coffee

First Scientific Method to Authenticate World’s Costliest Coffee

The world’s most expensive coffee can cost $80 a cup, and scientists now are reporting development of the first way to verify authenticity of this crème de la crème, the beans of which come from the feces of a Southeast Asian animal called a palm civet.