Americans are obsessed with coffee. Now more than ever, coffee connoisseurs are paying attention to the quality of their morning java —and where it’s coming from.
Demand for single-origin coffee, a designation that means that coffee beans come from a single farm, is on the rise because many aficionados recognize that coffee from different countries tastes different. Whether your coffee is fruity, sweet, or acidic all depends on where it was grown.
Miriam Morales knows the exact origin of the coffee beans used by the baristas at her coffee shop, Recreo. That’s because they’re grown by her mom and dad.