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Standart Magazine Coffee Roasters Collaboration

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Standart Magazine Coffee Roasters Collaboration

Love coffee? Read Standart

Standart began with the idea that good coffee should be accessible to everyone.

Awarded 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021 Best Coffee Magazine at The Sprudgie Awards, Standart is a well-curated, quarterly print publication that explores the beauty and diversity of coffee culture. It started with a simple goal in mind: to celebrate the culture of specialty coffee through a marriage of great writing and beautiful design.

Every issue has 144 pages printed on high-quality FSC-certified paper with 15 articles, stories, interviews or essays from some of the brightest minds in coffee, and beyond.

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Love coffee? Read Standart

Standart began with the idea that good coffee should be accessible to everyone.

Awarded 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021 Best Coffee Magazine at The Sprudgie Awards, Standart is a well-curated, quarterly print publication that explores the beauty and diversity of coffee culture. It started with a simple goal in mind: to celebrate the culture of specialty coffee through a marriage of great writing and beautiful design.

Every issue has 144 pages printed on high-quality FSC-certified paper with 15 articles, stories, interviews or essays from some of the brightest minds in coffee, and beyond.

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What People Say

Scott Rao Consultant, coffee professional

'Standart's success surprised me at first, as I had thought long-form print was dying. But it's gratifying to see coffee lovers embrace a magazine that dives deep, intelligently, into issues that matter to our industry.'

Hidenori Izaki 2014 World Barista Champion

'Standart is the one and only coffee-centred magazine that tells culture diversity through coffee. It has intelligent contents and design, and is full of fact-based articles that stimulate my intellectual curiosity.’

Emi Fukahori 2018 World Brewers Cup Champion, MAME co-founder

'Online is great, but I love the fact that you can pick up Standart, and learn about the appeal of the coffee industry and expand your coffee knowledge. Can't wait for the next issue!'

Timothy Schilling CEO of World Coffee Research

'Standart is highest end celebration of coffee as art, science and people. A masterpiece of quality journalism advancing the understanding of all things coffee.'

Geoff Watts Vice President of Intelligentsia Coffee

'A publication that dreams big and deftly blends artistry, intellect, and a love for coffee into a delicious mix of articles with generous spirit, relevant material, and just the right amount of seriousness.'

Jenn Chen Freelance Coffee Marketer

'You’ll just as easily read a profile with a barista champion right after a piece exploring tasseography, the art of reading tea and coffee leaves. Content is at the forefront in Standart.'

Jessica Godfrey International Marketing at Coffee Supreme

'The articles in Standart cover a wide range of topics pertinent to the industry. The production value of the magazine is excellent, including the layout, photography, and illustration.'

Giada Biondi Communications Coordinator at La Marzocco

'Standart's ethos is to bring specialty coffee closer to the consumer while setting trends. We are proud to be a part of their mission.'

Fresh, essential, and fun

In the new Standart Issue 26, we profile Burundi, giving you a close-up of the challenges facing one of Africa’s poorest coffee-producing countries.

We talk with the award-winning coffee producer Karla Boza about her move towards specialty coffee after realizing her and her father were being ripped off by coffee traders, and to Joshua Norris, an activist and educator working in Northern California to preserve the ancestral practices of the Yurok Tribe.

You’ll meet three extraordinary leaders working to bring coffee’s troubled history to light through their businesses, and you’ll ponder along with us on the important subject of decolonizing the history of coffee, for a better future. This and a load more await you in the latest issue of Standart.

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Fresh, essential, and fun

In the new Standart Issue 26, we profile Burundi, giving you a close-up of the challenges facing one of Africa’s poorest coffee-producing countries.

We talk with the award-winning coffee producer Karla Boza about her move towards specialty coffee after realizing her and her father were being ripped off by coffee traders, and to Joshua Norris, an activist and educator working in Northern California to preserve the ancestral practices of the Yurok Tribe.

You’ll meet three extraordinary leaders working to bring coffee’s troubled history to light through their businesses, and you’ll ponder along with us on the important subject of decolonizing the history of coffee, for a better future. This and a load more await you in the latest issue of Standart.

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All new Standart Issue 26

15 articles, interviews, essays in every issue

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Calling the Shots

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Meet Your Producer

03 / 

Making Coffee Black (Again)

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A Beautiful Distraction

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Country of Origin: Burundi

06 / 

Not Waving but Drowning?

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