From Soil to Sip, Brazil to Brooklyn

From the Jun 15, 2015, issue

There are so many coffee roasters in Brooklyn today that it has become an epicenter of hipster coffee culture. But Nobletree is the only one that actually owns two coffee plantations, allowing the company to control every aspect of the complex production chain from plant to cup. Wine Spectator's Mark Pendergrast explains.

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