If you grind your own beans at home and aren’t sure what to do with your leftovers, we have some suggestions! Leftover coffee grounds have a plethora of uses despite their ostensibly obsolete nature. While you can search and find a myriad of ways to use them, we’ve summarized a few of our favorite ways to use and reuse leftover coffee grounds. Here’s to being more sustainable and crafty!
How is Vietnamese coffee made? The journey from bean to brew involves hours of labor, plenty of resources, and a number of steps. Every coffee bean you use starts its journey on a tree on a farm. At our farm in Da Lat, Vietnam, the trees are grown organically and with TLC.
Today, coffee is one of the world’s most widely traded commodities — thirsty consumers drink over 2.2 billion cups of mud every day across the globe. And like most modern foods, the origins of coffee are swaddled in mystery.
Imbibe Magazine announces 75 people, places, and directions that will shape the way you drink in 2020. We're beyond honored that Imbibe Magazine has included Nguyen Coffee Supply Founder, Sahra Nguyen, among the list of 75 tastemakers changing the game.