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Coffee-Cancer Paradox

The Coffee-Cancer Paradox – CA Judge Ruling Not Backed by Evidence

May 15, 2018

| By Greg Luli | How can something contain chemicals that can cause certain cancers be so good for you? That’s the paradox James Coughlin, food chemistry and nutritional toxicology consultant, presented at this year’s SCA Re:co specialty coffee symposium in Seattle. And specifically addressed the latest ruling by a judge in favor of a plaintiff […]

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Five Tips To Be A More Eco-Friendly Coffee Drinker

April 22, 2018

| By Laurie Britton | Coffee production around the globe is massive. It’s one of the most widely-traded commodities in the world—with tens of billions of pounds produced annually in over 50 countries. This makes it very difficult to be a completely environmentally-friendly industry; just think of how much fossil fuels are burned simply transporting […]

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Dark roast coffee

What Does Coffee Roast Level Really Mean for Flavor? Part 3: Dark Roast

April 16, 2018

Editor’s Note: This blog series examines the specific misconceptions that many hold about light, medium and dark roast coffee and how these roast levels translate into the final flavor profile once it has been brewed and reached your cup. Our hope with this series is that you’ll walk away with a better understanding of the […]

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Café Virtuoso Introductions: Maricella Lopez

March 15, 2018

Editor’s Note: We love and value each of our team members and are so very blessed to have such a devoted and skilled group of individuals that have contributed so much to make Café Virtuoso what it is today. Therefore, we thought it was high time that you got to know these amazing people with […]

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Medium Roast

What Does Coffee Roast Level Really Mean for Flavor? Part 2: Medium Roast

March 2, 2018

| By Savannah Phillips | Editor’s Note: This blog series examines the specific misconceptions that many hold about light, medium and dark roast coffee and how these roast levels translate into the final flavor profile once it has been brewed and reached your cup. Our hope with this series is that you’ll walk away with […]

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What Does Coffee Roast Level Really Mean for Flavor? Part 1: Light Roast

January 8, 2018

| By Savannah Phillips | Editor’s Note: This blog series examines the specific misconceptions that many hold about light, medium and dark roast coffee and how these roast levels translate into the final flavor profile once it has been brewed and reached your cup. Our hope with this series is that you’ll walk away with […]

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Cafe Virtuoso 100% Kona

Cafe Virtuoso Trip to Origin – Kona, Hawaii

December 22, 2017

| By Laurie Britton | Earlier this year, we had an amazing opportunity for a trip to origin to visit Kona RainForest Farms, one of the coffee farms in which we have a direct trade relationship to source coffee beans for Cafe Virtuoso. We fell in love with this coffee a few years ago and […]

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2017 Cafe Virtuoso Holiday Gift Guide

The 2017 Cafe Virtuoso Holiday Gift Guide

November 22, 2017

| By Laurie Britton | The holidays are almost here, which always makes me very excited! To help make it easier to find the perfect gift for all of your coffee or tea loving family members and close friends, we’ve put together a holiday gift guide with new signature Cafe Virtuoso products and merchandise just […]

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Cafe Virtuoso Holiday Blend

Cafe Virtuoso Holiday Blend is Here!

November 17, 2017

| By Savannah Phillips | We’re happy to announce our Holiday Blend has returned and is now available for purchase in our cafe and our online store. Awarded a rating of 92 by Coffee Review, our certified organic Holiday Blend is roasted by combining two full-bodied South American coffees that provide nuttiness and rich dark chocolate […]

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What you need to know about the Coffee Review 100-Point Scale

September 12, 2017

| By Savannah Phillips | You may have noticed, either in our shop or our online store, that some of our coffees, have a ‘Coffee Review’ graphic with a numeric score on our labels. We get quite a few questions about this, so I thought it is as good of a time as any to […]

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