If you’re a lover of great-tasting coffee, some-time in the last decade or so you’ll have heard terms like “Third-Wave Coffee”, “Craft Coffee”, and “Artisan Coffee”.
These phrases started becoming more regularly used around the same time your local friendly barista began dressing like an Abercrombie and Fitch catalog model; wearing a button-up shirt with sleeves rolled up just enough to show their beautifully tattooed sleeve(s), amazing hair, perfectly tilted fedora, and latte art skills that left you feeling just a little stressed every time you stirred your coffee, trying to avoid messing up that beautiful rosetta or love heart.
It was the late ’00s and ’10s and specialty coffee shops around the world were serving more latte’s, pour-overs, Chemex, and siphons than ever before.
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