Top 10 Coffee sites

On this page, we have some recommendations to you, if you are seeking more inspiration on special coffee topics.

The information on the sites spans from an animal digesting coffee beans to produce the world’s most expensive coffee, to who is a candidate to be the next barista Word Campion. Please enjoy what we think is the 10 best coffee sites:

 

PortalCoffee – Wikipedia

Wikipedia has made an internal portal that covers the most important of the coffee related articles in Wikipedia. The portal can give you many valuable insights in various aspects of coffee. The sites biggest drawback is access to that the majority of the information requires clicking on various internal Wikipedia links, many of which do not have any significant relations to coffee. This means that there is a real chance of getting lost quickly in areas of Wikipedia that is not relevant for a specific coffee search.

 

International Coffee Organisation

The International Coffee Organization has an exciting coffee site. Is has relevant up to date information on trade statistics, current projects etc. Another interesting aspect of the site is a wiki where is it possible to access various formal reports, this however requires a user log on to the site.

 

 CoffeeReview.com

The world´s largest coffee product site, so this is the place to go if you are looking for special blends or the best possible coffee qualites.

If you are an international reader, please note that you most likely cannot buy most of the coffee blends in stores at your location, but most of the producers ship international web sales.

 

The Fairtrade Foundation.

The focus of the site is sustainable coffee, whit focus on how the coffee is produced and by whom. Who the producer is, is especially interesting because the individual coffee producer – unlike wine farmers – most of the time is unknown to the consumer. Fairtrade is trying to give proper credits to the farmers in many ways, and one of them is to include cases on actual farmers on this site.

 

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barista

If you have a dream of becoming a barista, then this wikipdia site gives you all the relevant information you need before your start your barista education. There are good articles on the actual Wikipedia pages, and many relevant links to other coffee sites, that could move you forward on your barista project.

 

Worldbaristachampionship.com

There is sport in everything, and coffee is no exception. There are annual barista world champions, and on this official site you can keep track on what makes number one the best.

 

www.pinterest.com/silverbridgecof/coffee-humor/

There is humor in everything too. Pinterest has a good page where they have selected some of the funnier coffee postings.

 

www.wired.com/reviews/2013/12/coffee-roasters-gallery/

If you plan to start roasting your own coffee beans, then Wired.com has a good article on 6 different ways it can be done.

 

Animalcoffee.com

This site tells the story on the most expensive coffee blend in the world, Kopi Luwak from Indonesia.

One of the reasons for the high price is the fact that a part of the production process is to let an local cat like animal eat raw coffee beans, that are then collected once the beans has passed through the animals digestive system.

If you are not convinced, you can see a clip form Animal Planet that tells the story in 2 minutes: