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With a heritage of growers, exporters, importers, and roasters, Orinoco Coffee & Tea has produced and sold the finest coffees and teas since 1909.

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3 Great Ways to Give the Gift of Coffee for the Holidays

3 Great Ways to Give the Gift of Coffee for the Holidays

The holiday season is hectic enough without wracking your brain over what to get everyone on your gift list. Giving the gift of coffee for the holidays can save you time and stress, all while brewing up evergreen memories in the process. Orinoco Coffee & Tea can help you be a big hit this...

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Give the Holidays a Homemade Feel with These 3 Great Coffee Crafts

Give the Holidays a Homemade Feel with These 3 Great Coffee Crafts

Sometimes, a great cup of coffee inspires us to create something wonderful. And, sometimes, the inspiration to create comes long before the coffee is brewed, from the raw materials themselves. Sites like Etsy and Pinterest are filled to the brim (pun definitely intended) with coffee crafts that...

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The History of Fair Trade Coffee

The History of Fair Trade Coffee

Coffee is one of the most popular beverages in the world, and for good reason. Americans, alone, drink almost 400 million cups per day. Delicious and energizing, it is enjoyed in virtually endless ways. But did you know? That morning jolt may very well be energizing farmers and workers in...

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Fall Coffee Traditions (With No Trace of Pumpkin)

Fall Coffee Traditions (With No Trace of Pumpkin)

We all know it and love it, but every once in a while, the pumpkin spice latte needs to take five. After all, too much of a good thing is a real thing, and if every latte were pumpkin spice – what would we have to look forward to all spring? Luckily, there is no shortage of fall coffee traditions...

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The Origins of Pumpkin Spice

The Origins of Pumpkin Spice

That first hint of crispness in the air. Trees turning from lush green to red, yellow, and orange. A new scattering of leaves on the ground, soon to be crunching underfoot. None of these things heralds the arrival of autumn quite like the first scent of a pumpkin spice latte. Hot, heavenly pumpkin...

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Coffee Roasters Demystified

Coffee Roasters Demystified

Coffee roasting is an incredibly nuanced profession. There’s a great deal that goes on behind the scenes between the time that the green coffee is harvested and the moment an aficionado cracks the vacuum seal on a fresh bag for the first time and is overcome by that unmistakable aroma. A coffee’s...

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Regional Coffee Customs 101: Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony

Regional Coffee Customs 101: Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony

If there is one global truth about coffee – it is that there is no one true way to consume coffee. Throughout the world, regional coffee customs vary from country to country, infused with the culture and the flavors of the locale in question. In Ethiopia, for example – the fifth-largest coffee...

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Make a Mocha Iced Coffee with Vanilla Cold Foam – at Home

Orinoco partner Yoko Segawa of Yoko’s Kitchen recently proved it’s possible to get creative with coffee in your own home – no barista or chic coffeehouse required. To create her mocha iced coffee with vanilla cold foam, she started with Orinoco’s Organic Fair Trade Peru Penachi – a full bodied...

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