Spill the beans.
Coffee has to be sipped, savoured and scrutinised at every stage to fully understand the flavour profile and how it behaves. That’s where cupping comes in; the act - and art - of tasting coffee.
We think it’s really important to see where our coffee comes from, and to speak to the people who help produce it. And this Fairtrade Fortnight we’ve taken the opportunity to showcase some of our Fairtrade partners…
Apprenticeships are more interesting than you think – and there is so much more out there than just the traditional construction or engineering apprenticeships, for example have you ever heard of a coffee apprenticeship?
Christmas means many things to many people, but it will come as no surprise that at Lincoln & York, Christmas means coffee. For us in the UK, a mug of hot sunshine from Brazil, Costa Rica or Colombia is the perfect way t
A nip in the air calls for a nip of the hard stuff, so it’s time to warm your cockles with a quick guide to boozy coffees.
With more than two billion cups of coffee drunk around the world each day how can we make our daily cup of joy more sustainable?
Rising costs of energy, utilities, raw materials and freight are pushing up prices across the board - but what specific challenges are facing coffee? And how can we keep the cost of the daily cup of Joe from spiralling?
London Coffee Festival 2022. A trends report