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Brew Guide: French Press

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The origins of the French Press are a bit hard to trace back, but it seems to have originated in Italy, or it could have been France. We aren’t really sure. The design in it’s simplest form started as a cheesecloth or metal screen attached to a rod and plunged down into a pot of […]

Pray For Nepal

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Our hearts broke at the news of the earthquake that hit Nepal a few days ago. Members of our team are currently in Kathmandu working with our partners on the ground to help with relief/aid in every way we can. We’re posting a few photos on our Instagram, if you’d like to see what we’re seeing and doing. We’re purchasing supplies for […]

Uttam’s Place

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Uttam’s Place is a tutoring center for young girls in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, with a transformational focus to see each girl reach her full potential and transition out of the extreme poverty that would have otherwise kept her back. They employ a ten year plan for each girl that takes them from elementary to […]

Tea Origins Trip: Sri Lanka

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Photo diary from our most recent trip to tea country: Nuwara Eliya, Sri Lanka.   Images by Karen Kristian for Eurasia Coffee & Tea.

Living Water for Crimea

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The entire team at Eurasia Coffee & Tea would like to thank you for supporting life-changing projects around the world simply by choosing to make your coffee dollars count.  You have played a part in bringing Freedom to women escaping the brothels of Calcutta, India and a Future to young girls born into the poverty […]

Eurasia Travel Journal: Nepal

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Photo diary from our most recent trip to Nepal. Images by Karen Kristian for Eurasia Coffee & Tea.

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