Caffè Greco, Italy, opened 250 years ago and is the oldest café in Rome.
Coffee harvest in Brazil.
New planting and rejuvenation of coffee growing on the Rainha farm in Paçoa de Caldas.
Coffee harvested in Indonesia. The "skeleton" pruning of the trees is typical for Indonesia.
Coffee harvested in Indonesia.
Coffee harvested in Brazil with the milking method, where you stripping all coffee, matured or not, from the branch.
Export stock of coffee in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Coffee on the go on Manhattan, New York.
In northern Sweden, many people drink what is called "kokkaffe." Here the Sami woman, Anna Kuhmunen, boils her coffee above the polar circle.
Coffee and Nargile at the café in Instanbul, Turkey.
Ethiopian family performing the traditional coffee ceremony in Ethiopia.
Ethiopian family roasting their coffee.
Caffè Greco, Italy, opened 250 years ago and is the oldest coffee caffet in Rome.
Café Erenler Nargile in Istanbul, Turkey.
View from the coffee traders at Pen Plaza 44th floor, Manhattan, New York, USA.
Coffee of the Robusta variety
Indonesian family dries their coffee on the ground.
Coffee farmers with small farms, weigh their coffee harvest before selling to the cooperative.
Harvested coffee cherries in Indonesia.
Coffee harvest at the farm La Cumplida in Nicaragua.
The end of a day after a day's harvest of coffee in Nicaragua on the farm La Cumplida.
Coffee production in Indonesia.
New harvested coffee.
Brazil. Tipping of coffee collected at the cooperative Guaxupés members in the region.
Harvest in Paços de Caldas, Brazil.
Mature coffee sherries of the red bourbon variety from Brazil.
Cultivation area for coffee in New South Wales, Australia