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Our beloved coffee come from a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. These plants are known as Coffea, a species of shrubs or small trees native to tropical and southern Africa and tropical Asia. The seeds from the fruits of these plants are harvested and processed to give us the drink we all love: Coffee. Here are the three main plants used for commercial purposes: Arabica, Robusta and Liberica
If you've been to or live in Singapore, you've no doubt come across our famous local coffees, Kopi. From Kopi-O to Kopi Peng, that styrofoam cup is easily recognizable across the island. But how does it compare to specialty coffee?
What's all this about Third Wave Coffee? How is it different from Specialty Coffee?Since the 1900s we have seen three phases of mass coffee consumption, otherwise called "waves" that have resulted in the current state of coffee culture as we know it today.