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25 million farmers worldwide
25 million farmers worldwide

25 million farmers worldwide

Nearly 25 million farmers worldwide depend on coffee crops for their economic livelihood. 960 1280
450 million cups of coffee a day

450 million cups of coffee a day

Americans consume around 450 million cups of coffee a day, which adds up to more than 150 billion cups a year. 960 1280
Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world

Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world

Brazil is the largest coffee producer in the world today, producing over 44 million bags of coffee each year. 960 1280
The global industry earns $60 billion

The global industry earns $60 billion

The global coffee industry earns an estimated $60 billion annually. 960 1280
All coffee is grown in the “Bean Belt”

All coffee is grown in the “Bean Belt”

All coffee in the world is grown in the “Bean Belt,” the area between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn. 960 1280
Originally, coffee was eaten

Originally, coffee was eaten

Originally, coffee was eaten. African tribes would mix the berries with fat to form edible energy balls. 960 1280
Coffee is the world's second most valuable commodity

Coffee is the world's second most valuable commodity

After oil, coffee is the world's second most valuable commodity exported by developing countries. 960 1280
Best coffee is grown in the shade

Best coffee is grown in the shade

The best coffee is grown in the shade. Coffee grown in the shade takes longer to ripen and is often thought to taste better because the long ripening times contribute to complex flavors. 960 1280
Coffee comes from a tree

Coffee comes from a tree

Coffee comes from a tree or bush that bears a cherry fruit. The coffee bean is the green seed that resides within the cherry. 960 1280
Italy: Espresso
Italy: Espresso

Italy: Espresso

You’ll surely get an eye roll or two if you order a to-go cup at an Italian café, for espresso is the Italians’ version of to-go coffee. This strong brew served in tiny cups is commonly sipped while standing at cafes. And don’t order a cappuccino late in the day in Italy, either -- the only appropriate time to enjoy this drink is in the morning. 960 1280

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Turkey: Türk Kahvesi

Turkey: Türk Kahvesi

A famous Turkish proverb says that coffee should be “as black as hell, as strong as death and as sweet as love.” This thick brew is usually served after meals from a long-handled copper pot called a cezve, alongside chewy Turkish candy. 960 1280

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Denmark: Kaffee

Denmark: Kaffee

Perhaps due to the cold and dark Scandinavian winters, coffee consumption in Denmark has always been some of the highest in the world. Coffee is such a vital part of the Danish culture that packed cafes can be found on nearly every corner, especially in cities like Copenhagen. 960 1280

Rhiannon Taylor  

France: Café au Lait

France: Café au Lait

The French begin the day with their café au lait -- coffee with hot milk served in a mug wide enough to allow the dunking of baguettes or croissants. 960 1280

Jessica Spengler, flickr  

Cuba: Café Cubano

Cuba: Café Cubano

Cubans like their coffee strong -- first thing in the morning, after meals and any chance they can get throughout the day. An important part of the social fabric, the Cuban’s strong brew is served in shots and best enjoyed while socializing. 960 1280

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Saudi Arabia: Kahwa

Saudi Arabia: Kahwa

In Saudi Arabia and other Arabic cultures, coffee ceremonies follow many rules of etiquette, including always serving the elders first. It is also a common custom to serve this cardamom-spiced drink with dried dates to counter the coffee’s bitterness. 960 1280

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Netherlands: Kaffe

Netherlands: Kaffe

Not to be confused with Amsterdam’s infamous coffee shops, coffee-serving cafés are a celebrated part of the Dutch culture. Also known as bakkie troost, the Dutch kaffe is enjoyed any time of day, usually comes black, and is served alongside a cookie. 960 1280

Goncalo Valverde, flickr  

Ireland: Irish Coffee

Ireland: Irish Coffee

Coffee meets cocktail with this after-dinner drink. Irish coffee includes hot coffee, Irish whiskey, sugar and the crowd-pleasing whipped-cream topper. Irish coffee was actually created in Ireland in the 1940s to warm up American tourists on a cold winter’s night, and remains as popular as ever. 960 1280

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Mexico: Café de Olla

Mexico: Café de Olla

If you like cinnamon in your coffee, this is your drink. Café de olla, a spiced coffee drink is brewed with cinnamon sticks in earthenware pots, which Mexicans swear brings out the coffee taste. 960 1280

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Ethiopia: Buna

Ethiopia: Buna

In Ethiopia, the birthplace of coffee, traditional coffee ceremonies are a distinguished part of the culture, with the brewing and serving process lasting up to 2 hours. Historically buna, as coffee is called here, was served with salt or butter instead of sugar. 960 1280

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Austria: Mélange

Austria: Mélange

Served in Viennese cafés, Austria’s traditional drink Mélange is very similar to a cappuccino. The drink contains espresso and steamed milk, topped with froth or sometimes whipped cream (what makes it different from a traditional cappuccino). 960 1280

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Greece: Frappé

Greece: Frappé

The Greek frappé is a frothy iced drink made with Nescafé instant coffee, cold water, sugar and evaporated milk -- and best enjoyed in an outdoor café. 960 1280

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Coffee Culture  12 Photos

Show Extras

Todd Carmichael in India
Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael is on a treasure hunt in southern India. He’s staked a half a million dollars on a new rum-making venture, and he needs Indian Monsoon Malabar coffee beans to finish his moonshine. 960 1280

  

A cow in India

A cow in India

A beautifully adorned cow roams the streets of India. In Hinduism, cows are considered sacred because of their gentle nature. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd searches the streets of Mumbai for a possible coffee connection. 960 1280

  

Mumbai, India

Mumbai, India

An expansive view of the humid Mumbai cityscape. In this country of 1.2 billion people, can Todd find the one coffee farmer he needs? 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd makes a business deal for a new set of wheels. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd prepares his motorcycle for its journey across the river. 960 1280

  

India's Underground Coffee Society

India's Underground Coffee Society

Sitting among members of the Underground Coffee Society -- a café in Mumbai -- Todd explains his need for Monsoon Malabar coffee. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India with the German

Todd Carmichael in India with the German

The German, the only coffee farmer in India who might have the coffee Todd needs, explains the difficulties of sourcing a large amount of Monsoon Malabar in such a short period of time. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India with the German

Todd Carmichael in India with the German

Todd and The German weigh some rare Monsoon Malabar beans. 960 1280

  

Todd distilling rum

Todd distilling rum

Todd is fully engrossed in the rum distilling process. 960 1280

  

Todd distilling rum

Todd distilling rum

Todd examines his Monsoon Malabar-infused rum. 960 1280

  

Todd and Hollywood enjoy the rum

Todd and Hollywood enjoy the rum

Todd offers Hollywood a hard-earned glass of rum after their trek through India! 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in the Serengeti
Todd Carmichael in the Serengeti

Todd Carmichael in the Serengeti

Todd Carmichael and Hollywood drive their jeep through the Serengeti while an elephant and her kin keep a cautious eye out. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd Carmichael at Four Seasons Philadelphia

Todd Carmichael at Four Seasons Philadelphia

Todd talks coffee with Four Seasons Philadelphia’s new food and beverage director. But before renewing Todd’s contract, the youthful new manager asks Todd to find a mythical bean only bloggers and dreamers talk about. 960 1280

  

Cape buffalo in the Serengeti

Cape buffalo in the Serengeti

This herd of African buffalo doesn’t seem to like Hollywood's camera lens. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in the Serengeti

Todd Carmichael in the Serengeti

Todd stands in the middle of the vast Serengeti to get a feel for which direction he should head next. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Hollywood in the savanna

Hollywood in the savanna

Todd's cameraman, Hollywood, gets a rare break from the action to shoot a scenic shot of the beautiful Tanzanian savanna. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd and his Tanzania contact

Todd and his Tanzania contact

Todd and his Tanzania contact, Peter, take a break from the heat with a cold drink. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd boards a plane to South Tanzania

Todd boards a plane to South Tanzania

Todd boards a plane to South Tanzania to continue his search for a AAA coffee bean. A coffee bean with a AAA rating is as large as a coffee bean can get -- making it a very rare find. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

A view of the Serengeti

A view of the Serengeti

A view of the Serengeti from the plane. Extending from northern Tanzania into Kenya, the Serengeti is known for its large lion population. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd refuels the Land Rover

Todd refuels the Land Rover

After many miles of driving, Todd stops at a gas station to refuel his Land Rover. 960 1280

  

Todd and Hollywood in Tanzania

Todd and Hollywood in Tanzania

Todd explains to Hollywood the importance -- and near impossibility -- of finding a AAA coffee in Tanzania. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Coffee bean grading scale

Coffee bean grading scale

The coffee is sorted on a scale by grade depending on the size of the beans. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Hollywood in the coffee plant

Hollywood in the coffee plant

Hollywood shoots the coffee plant's giant mountains of coffee, but it’s not even close to enough of the rare coffee that Todd needs. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala
Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael talks with the owners of a coffee plantation in Guatemala. Will they let Todd in on the secret of how to get Guatemala’s best coffee beans out of the country? 960 1280

  

The Steampunk coffee-brewing machine

The Steampunk coffee-brewing machine

This Steampunk coffee-brewing machine will revolutionize the way coffee is served in cafes. Todd has been tasked with finding the perfect coffee that will be used when this machine is demonstrated in Boston at the country’s biggest coffee convention, the Specialty Coffee Expo. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd talks with a local street hustler who says he can help Todd get safe passage through Guatemala by arranging a meeting with the chief and town elders of Chichicastenango. 960 1280

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Guatemalan coffee

Guatemalan coffee

Guatemala -- one of the world’s happiest countries -- has coffee beans that are famous for their orange-like smell and caramel flavor. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd gets his "protection," so he can safely travel through Guatemala, though it isn't the kind of protection he thought it would be. 960 1280

Picasa  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd and his "good protection chicken” -- a gift from the tribe -- check the map. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd ditches the chicken, that he named Roberta, and gets a ride up towards La Perle's entrance, but the driver won't take him all of the way, in fear of the guards. 960 1280

  

La Perle coffee plantation

La Perle coffee plantation

Workers inspect coffee beans before they are roasted at La Perle coffee plantation. 960 1280

  

La Perle coffee plantation

La Perle coffee plantation

La Perle is by far one of the biggest coffee plantations in the world, and encompasses a number of towns. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd tastes the coffee he found in Guatemala. Will it have the sweet, caramel taste he’s looking for? 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael at the Specialty Coffee Expo

Todd Carmichael at the Specialty Coffee Expo

Back in Boston, Todd demonstrates the Steampunk machine with the coffee he has found in Guatemala. But will it impress discerning coffee connoisseurs from around the country? 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Uganda
Todd Carmichael in Uganda

Todd Carmichael in Uganda

Todd Carmichael has tried many times to get coffee out of Uganda, but he has never been successful. A violent and bloody past has left the people paranoid and distrustful of outsiders, frequently ripping them off or even outright robbing them. 960 1280

  

Kampala, Uganda

Kampala, Uganda

Todd’s journey starts in the slums of Kampala, Uganda, where he meets up with Romans, a long-time friend. Romans runs the Trinity School, a place for children to get a free education. Tragically, arsonists have recently burned down the boy’s dormitory. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Uganda

Todd Carmichael in Uganda

Todd makes his way through a crowded market in Uganda’s capital city of Kampala. 960 1280

  

Kampala, Uganda

Kampala, Uganda

A glimpse of the market in Kampala where grains are displayed in sacks for sale. 960 1280

  

Nile River

Nile River

Todd takes in the view at the source of the Nile River. 960 1280

  

A coffee processing plant in Uganda

A coffee processing plant in Uganda

A coffee processing plant in Uganda sorts and cleans robusta coffee beans, which produce a bold-tasting coffee. Robusta coffee grows in the wild in the Kibale area, full of lush evergreen rainforest. 960 1280

  

Uganda's Trinity School

Uganda's Trinity School

Todd meets with the kids at the Trinity School. Many of the students there are orphans, so they also live at the school. 960 1280

  

Uganda's Trinity School

Uganda's Trinity School

Todd hopes that he can seal a deal with Dean & DeLuca stores to help fund the rebuilding of the boy’s dormitory at the Trinity Children's Center in Kampala. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Uganda

Todd Carmichael in Uganda

Todd takes a time out from his coffee search to get some good fortune from this little guy's lucky branch. 960 1280

  

Kampala, Uganda

Kampala, Uganda

Once outside these streets of Kampala, Todd goes to extreme lengths to get the coffee he needs to help the Trinity School, from drinking homemade liquor known as “war gin,” to sealing an ancient blood pact in a country known for its high rate of HIV. 960 1280

  

War Gin Pictures  10 Photos

Todd Carmichael in Thailand
Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Todd Carmichael sits on his bags of coffee on Thailand’s Burma Railway, also known as Death Railway. The railway was built using forced labor and directly resulted in the death of many workers, earning it its nickname. 960 1280

Nathanial Harper  

Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Wat Arun, a Buddhist temple whose name means “Temple of Dawn,” as seen from Todd's boat on the Chao Phraya River. 960 1280

Nathanial Harper  

Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Todd treks through what was once an opium field on the road to Doi Chaang, a village in the northeastern hills of Thailand. 960 1280

Nathanial Harper  

The Golden Buddha of the Mekong River

The Golden Buddha of the Mekong River

The Golden Buddha of the Mekong River sits on a boat at what is called Sop Ruak, widely considered the center of the Golden Triangle. 960 1280

Nathanial Harper  

Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Todd walks through Bangkok looking for unique and delicious street food for dinner. 960 1280

Nathanial Harper  

Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Todd Carmichael in Thailand

Workers from Doi Chaang, a village known for its coffee, load up a truck with coffee. 960 1280

Nathanial Harper  

Todd Carmichael with Jim Brett

Todd Carmichael with Jim Brett

Todd seals the deal with Jim Brett to stock his West Elm Market stores with Thai coffee ... if he can get it back to the United States in record time. 960 1280

  

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok, Thailand’s capital city, is vibrant with bustling nightlife, markets and canals, but hidden high in Thailand’s mountains are coffee farms waiting to be discovered. 960 1280

Nathanial Harper  

See Episode Guide

Watch It

  • Golden Triangle
    To expand his cafes to West Elm stores across America, Todd Carmichael must get coffee out of Thailand fast. But when the route leads him into Myanmar, he must negotiate past guns and borders in an epic race to get the coffee home.
    Wednesday January 14
    12am | 11c
  • Guns and Lions
    Winds of change hit the Four Seasons Hotel when the new manager asks Todd Carmichael to find a mythical Tanzanian AAA coffee. But when Todd comes face-to-face with lions and poachers, he must arm himself to get out alive.
    Wednesday January 14
    11am | 10c
  • Colombia
    Once known for drug cartels and violence, Colombia is in the process of reclaiming its legacy as one of the greatest coffee producers in the world -- and Todd wants to be on the front lines of its rebirth. During his journey, he visits veteran coffee farmers forced to live in shantytowns and abandoned farms destroyed by guerrilla groups.
    Saturday February 7
    2pm | 1c
  • Golden Triangle
    To expand his cafes to West Elm stores across America, Todd Carmichael must get coffee out of Thailand fast. But when the route leads him into Myanmar, he must negotiate past guns and borders in an epic race to get the coffee home.
    Saturday February 7
    3pm | 2c
  • Guns and Lions
    Winds of change hit the Four Seasons Hotel when the new manager asks Todd Carmichael to find a mythical Tanzanian AAA coffee. But when Todd comes face-to-face with lions and poachers, he must arm himself to get out alive.
    Saturday February 7
    4pm | 3c

About the Show

Some of the best coffee in the world comes from the most exotic, fascinating and dangerous places on earth. See the adventure behind every cup of coffee.

Dangerous Grounds

About the Host

Meet Todd Carmichael -- Adventurer, Entrepreneur, Coffee Crusader -- of the series, Dangerous Grounds.

Todd Carmichael's Bio

Dangerous Grounds Some of the best coffee in the world comes from the most exotic, fascinating and dangerous places on earth. See the adventure behind every cup of coffee.
Todd Carmichael

Photo Galleries

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael is on a treasure hunt in southern India. He’s staked a half a million dollars on a new rum-making venture, and he needs Indian Monsoon Malabar coffee beans to finish his moonshine. 960 1280

  

A cow in India

A cow in India

A beautifully adorned cow roams the streets of India. In Hinduism, cows are considered sacred because of their gentle nature. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd searches the streets of Mumbai for a possible coffee connection. 960 1280

  

Mumbai, India

Mumbai, India

An expansive view of the humid Mumbai cityscape. In this country of 1.2 billion people, can Todd find the one coffee farmer he needs? 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd makes a business deal for a new set of wheels. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd Carmichael in India

Todd prepares his motorcycle for its journey across the river. 960 1280

  

India's Underground Coffee Society

India's Underground Coffee Society

Sitting among members of the Underground Coffee Society -- a café in Mumbai -- Todd explains his need for Monsoon Malabar coffee. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India with the German

Todd Carmichael in India with the German

The German, the only coffee farmer in India who might have the coffee Todd needs, explains the difficulties of sourcing a large amount of Monsoon Malabar in such a short period of time. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in India with the German

Todd Carmichael in India with the German

Todd and The German weigh some rare Monsoon Malabar beans. 960 1280

  

Todd distilling rum

Todd distilling rum

Todd is fully engrossed in the rum distilling process. 960 1280

  

Todd distilling rum

Todd distilling rum

Todd examines his Monsoon Malabar-infused rum. 960 1280

  

Todd and Hollywood enjoy the rum

Todd and Hollywood enjoy the rum

Todd offers Hollywood a hard-earned glass of rum after their trek through India! 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in the Serengeti

Todd Carmichael in the Serengeti

Todd Carmichael and Hollywood drive their jeep through the Serengeti while an elephant and her kin keep a cautious eye out. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd Carmichael at Four Seasons Philadelphia

Todd Carmichael at Four Seasons Philadelphia

Todd talks coffee with Four Seasons Philadelphia’s new food and beverage director. But before renewing Todd’s contract, the youthful new manager asks Todd to find a mythical bean only bloggers and dreamers talk about. 960 1280

  

Cape buffalo in the Serengeti

Cape buffalo in the Serengeti

This herd of African buffalo doesn’t seem to like Hollywood's camera lens. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in the Serengeti

Todd Carmichael in the Serengeti

Todd stands in the middle of the vast Serengeti to get a feel for which direction he should head next. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Hollywood in the savanna

Hollywood in the savanna

Todd's cameraman, Hollywood, gets a rare break from the action to shoot a scenic shot of the beautiful Tanzanian savanna. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd and his Tanzania contact

Todd and his Tanzania contact

Todd and his Tanzania contact, Peter, take a break from the heat with a cold drink. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd boards a plane to South Tanzania

Todd boards a plane to South Tanzania

Todd boards a plane to South Tanzania to continue his search for a AAA coffee bean. A coffee bean with a AAA rating is as large as a coffee bean can get -- making it a very rare find. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

A view of the Serengeti

A view of the Serengeti

A view of the Serengeti from the plane. Extending from northern Tanzania into Kenya, the Serengeti is known for its large lion population. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd refuels the Land Rover

Todd refuels the Land Rover

After many miles of driving, Todd stops at a gas station to refuel his Land Rover. 960 1280

  

Todd and Hollywood in Tanzania

Todd and Hollywood in Tanzania

Todd explains to Hollywood the importance -- and near impossibility -- of finding a AAA coffee in Tanzania. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Coffee bean grading scale

Coffee bean grading scale

The coffee is sorted on a scale by grade depending on the size of the beans. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Hollywood in the coffee plant

Hollywood in the coffee plant

Hollywood shoots the coffee plant's giant mountains of coffee, but it’s not even close to enough of the rare coffee that Todd needs. 960 1280

Yog Sothoth  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael talks with the owners of a coffee plantation in Guatemala. Will they let Todd in on the secret of how to get Guatemala’s best coffee beans out of the country? 960 1280

  

The Steampunk coffee-brewing machine

The Steampunk coffee-brewing machine

This Steampunk coffee-brewing machine will revolutionize the way coffee is served in cafes. Todd has been tasked with finding the perfect coffee that will be used when this machine is demonstrated in Boston at the country’s biggest coffee convention, the Specialty Coffee Expo. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd talks with a local street hustler who says he can help Todd get safe passage through Guatemala by arranging a meeting with the chief and town elders of Chichicastenango. 960 1280

Picasa  

Guatemalan coffee

Guatemalan coffee

Guatemala -- one of the world’s happiest countries -- has coffee beans that are famous for their orange-like smell and caramel flavor. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd gets his "protection," so he can safely travel through Guatemala, though it isn't the kind of protection he thought it would be. 960 1280

Picasa  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd and his "good protection chicken” -- a gift from the tribe -- check the map. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd ditches the chicken, that he named Roberta, and gets a ride up towards La Perle's entrance, but the driver won't take him all of the way, in fear of the guards. 960 1280

  

La Perle coffee plantation

La Perle coffee plantation

Workers inspect coffee beans before they are roasted at La Perle coffee plantation. 960 1280

  

La Perle coffee plantation

La Perle coffee plantation

La Perle is by far one of the biggest coffee plantations in the world, and encompasses a number of towns. 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd Carmichael in Guatemala

Todd tastes the coffee he found in Guatemala. Will it have the sweet, caramel taste he’s looking for? 960 1280

  

Todd Carmichael at the Specialty Coffee Expo

Todd Carmichael at the Specialty Coffee Expo

Back in Boston, Todd demonstrates the Steampunk machine with the coffee he has found in Guatemala. But will it impress discerning coffee connoisseurs from around the country? 960 1280

  


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