Espresso for cafe latte is made at Treos in Tacoma, a locally owned coffee shops. A drought in Brazil is hurting the harvest of robusta beans — the variety used in espresso and instant coffee.
Espresso for cafe latte is made at Treos in Tacoma, a locally owned coffee shops. A drought in Brazil is hurting the harvest of robusta beans — the variety used in espresso and instant coffee. Peter Haley The News Tribune
Espresso for cafe latte is made at Treos in Tacoma, a locally owned coffee shops. A drought in Brazil is hurting the harvest of robusta beans — the variety used in espresso and instant coffee. Peter Haley The News Tribune

Look out, latte lovers: Brazil drought hurts espresso beans

September 03, 2016 12:10 PM

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