1. Nearly seven years in the making, a washing station for coffee at Ninga Hill in Burundi is here. This essential reading from Long Miles Coffee Project on how building infrastructure within a coffee producing region empowers and forwards fair practices and sustainable coffee production.
2. “I would put coffee bags and tea bags in the sink and let it sit there and soak and dye it until id get it a darker shade of nude,” reveals Kim Kardashian in a Good Morning Vogue interview.
3. If a song that has coffee in its video, wins a Grammy, what does that mean for coffee? Maybe that it taste like watermelon sugar.
4. Hi-Fi Espresso has a planet forward canister that is as a darling as the storefront which its designed after for. Matte white, stainless steel atoms vacuum canister from fellow product. Could this double as a to go thermos too?
5. Culture Espresso is still holding onto its title of best chocolate chip cookie in New York, recently endorsed by Matt James, The Bachelor on the Bill Simmons podcast.
6. Tracee Ellis Ross’ self-care includes a coffee mug. The culture stans.
7. Architectural Digest goes into the home of Daveed Diggs & Emmy Raver-Lampman’s where recycled international coffee bags are framed art, as you scale their front entrance stairs.