Ask the Coffee Lab: Why...
I’m not sure I get this: Why do coffees from different countries taste different? --It all comes down to what we call terroir.Like wine, coffee expresses regional characteristics and exhibits the effects of its terroir, or "taste of place." Differences in soil, altitude, rainfall, processing techniques, and even social conditions affect what's in the cup.  One of the most important conditions is the areas own traditions and for handling and processing coffee.Take Sumatran coffee, like our Fair...
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New Year’s Reflections from the CSR Department

During the past couple days, while email and phone calls have slowed down in the office, my...

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas

Wishing you an inspirational Christmas from all of us at Green Mountain Coffee®.

Cards, Stockings and Warm Holiday Wishes for our Troops!

We’re happy to support our troops all year round with great tasting coffee. It is especially great...

Grand Reopening of the Visitor Center and Cafe!

This past Saturday we held the grand reopening of the Green Mountain Coffee® Visitors Center and...

The Visitor Center is Back in Business!

In the wake of Tropical Storm Irene, our Visitor Center was left in rough shape. Flooding damaged...

Media That Matters: A Film Festival that Inspires

This post was written by Mary Beth Jenssen. Mary Beth works on our Supply-Chain Outreach Team. I...

Spicy Eggnog Tiramisu Recipe

Snow's falling outside, the fireplace is roaring, and we have a large, comforting cup of Fair Trade...
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