Opposition is brewing to Switzerland's plans to abolish the nation's stockpile of coffee, which has been in place for decades, after declaring the beans are not vital for human survival.
What's your poison: strong long black or a delicate oolong? Our inherited ability to taste bitterness could help explain why we prefer one over the other.
Coffee drinkers in Brisbane are leading the way nationally in reducing the amount of waste ending up in landfill, according to a sustainability organisation.
You might think that instant coffee is the most processed of coffee products and therefore a less sustainable choice, but appearances can be deceptive, writes Maartje Sevenster.
How was your morning cup of washed catuai? Or did you go for the natural bourbon to start your day? We explain the science behind the flavour of your morning cuppa.
We drink more than 2.75 billion cups of coffee every day. But our morning kick-start is under threat, writes Molly Harriss Olson.
Generational change is being blamed for a continued drop in the volume of tea sold in the United Kingdom as younger consumers shun the drinking habits of their parents.
Panama is keen to secure a bigger wedge of the Australian coffee market, as it emerges as one of the world leaders in growing and producing high-quality beans.