• Exploring Roasters: Dubai Al Quoz Pt. 1

    Exploring Roasters: Dubai Al Quoz Pt. 1

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    As we all know there are a countless number of rosteries in Al Quoz, here are some of our favourite ones! Cafe Rider Cafe rider was established back in 2013, when the owners decided to build an establishment that would cater around their main passions: coffee, community and custom motorcycles. 7 years after they have created a welcoming and relaxing environment where friends, families...
  • Discover Origins with Sippy: Mexico

    Discover Origins with Sippy: Mexico

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     Coffee was found in Mexico back in the late 1700s, when it was cultivated on farms owned by Europeans with mostly indigenous Mexican labourers, the coffee plants are said to have come from Cuba or what is now the Dominican Republic. However, there are reports of plantations found in the region of Veracruz in 1790. For many years there was little drive to grow...
  • Buying Coffee Beans 101 - A Guide To Specialty Coffee Beans For Newbies

    Buying Coffee Beans 101 - A Guide To Specialty Coffee Beans For Newbies

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    If you are new to Specialty Coffee, finding the right coffee beans for you can be a little intimidating, there are so many new terms that are being thrown at you that this could make the process not as enjoyable as you hope.   Here at Sippy we aim to be your source of information for everything specialty coffee so we will break down...
  • Best Cold Coffee Drinks To Survive The Heat ☀️

    Best Cold Coffee Drinks To Survive The Heat ☀️

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    With the summer weather already upon us we decided to curate a list of our favourite cold coffee drinks to keep you cool! ☀️ Cold Brew  The infamous cold brew is a drink prepared from coffee extracted at a low temperature, the whole process of making cold brew will take 12-14 hours. The result in comparison to iced coffee is that you will end up...
  • Bundle Gifts Perfect For All Your Type of Friends 🎁

    Bundle Gifts Perfect For All Your Type of Friends 🎁

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    Since the Eid Holiday is fast approaching, we decided to take this opportunity to put together gift bundles for your different types of friends. From the newbie to coffee to the expert that could open their own specialty coffee shop at home, we can all even identify ourselves as one of these type of friends.  Your Frappuccino Vanilla Latte Friend That friend that no matter...
  • Best Desserts & Coffee Pairings - Ramadan Edition

    Best Desserts & Coffee Pairings - Ramadan Edition

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    In the spirit of the holy month of Ramadan we have decided to pair our favourite desserts that we would normally have during this time of the year with the best coffee pairings so you can enjoy iftar time even more.  Baklawa  This dessert is a staple of the Middle East, it is crispy, made with phyllo pastry and filled with different types of...
  • Ramadan Campaign - Sippy Joins Nefsy to Raise 50,000 Meals

    Ramadan Campaign - Sippy Joins Nefsy to Raise 50,000 Meals

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    We recently met over coffee with Khaled Diab, founder of Nefsy to discuss his initiative and learn more about his motivation behind it and how businesses like Sippy can collaborate and support more CSR projects in the region. Nefsy started was as a food delivery and discount app where for every meal you purchased someone in need would receive one meal in return at...
  • Coffee and UAE Culture

    Coffee and UAE Culture

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    Drinking coffee was not only founded in the Middle East but the actual concept of coffee as something that we drink when we gather socially with friends and family was also founded here. Fun fact, the word “qahwa” is the original derivative of “coffee” and “cafe”. The Coffee Museum  The UAE  is not new to coffee, it has been part of their culture for...
  • The Best Tips for Drinking Coffee During Ramadan

    The Best Tips for Drinking Coffee During Ramadan

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    With Ramadan just around the corner the Sippy Team has decided to give you the ultimate guide on how to best enjoy this miraculous drink while fasting during this holy month.
  • Meet The Team: Sam

    Meet The Team: Sam

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    The Beginning of Sam's Journey... I began my journey as a coffee lover when I was around 4 or 5 years old. I would wake up  every morning to a strong smell of coffee coming from an old moka pot that my grandparents had. My grandma would let me have some coffee with a lot of milk to dip my cookies into for breakfast. ...
  • Meet The Team: Shehzeen

    Meet The Team: Shehzeen

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    The Beginning of Shehzeen's Journey... My earliest memory of coffee is when I used to use it as a hand warmer back in London in 2011. It was a ‘Tall Extra Hot Caramel Macchiato with 2 sugars’. I didn’t immediately love the taste but that kick after I drank it gave me the happiest, most productive, exciting times! Now who could let go of...
  • Women in Specialty Coffee - How Much Are They Involved From Bean To Cup?

    Women in Specialty Coffee - How Much Are They Involved From Bean To Cup?

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    According to the Coffee International Organization women contribute significantly to the overall coffee production. Approximately 30% of coffee farms are female-operated and up to 70% of labour in coffee production is provided by women, depending on the region in the world. Despite this women still have less access to resources, such as land, credit and education compared to men. Women carry on the same...
  • What To Do With Your Used Coffee Grounds - Inspired By Celeste Wong

    What To Do With Your Used Coffee Grounds - Inspired By Celeste Wong

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    There are many things that can be done with used coffee grounds, but one of our favourite that we recently came across is a coffee face mask inspired by Celeste Wong. Apart from being a good way to reuse the waste from your morning brew, it will leave your skin feeling smooth and fresh, just like you after you drink your coffee. Coffee Face...
  • Women That Are Revolutionizing The Coffee Industry

    Women That Are Revolutionizing The Coffee Industry

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    March 8, International Women's Day, this day is celebrated all over the world to advocate for the advancement of women rights. At Sippy we have decided to highlight some of the most inspiring women which are revolutionizing the coffee industry.
  • 4 Charities That Are Supporting The Coffee Growing Communities Around The World

    4 Charities That Are Supporting The Coffee Growing Communities Around The World

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    Every morning we all sip our coffee from different origins but do we ever stop to wonder who is behind the process of growing this delicious coffee? To be able to keep drinking this coffee we need to think of ways we can support and promote the well-being of these coffee farmers.
  • The Best Coffee Documentaries To Watch On A Cozy Night In & The Best Coffee To Go With It

    The Best Coffee Documentaries To Watch On A Cozy Night In & The Best Coffee To Go With It

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    Sit back, get your blankets, popcorn and coffee and allow us to take you through our favourite pick of coffee movies!
  • Coffee & Dessert Pairings That Will Take Your Taste Buds On A Journey

    Coffee & Dessert Pairings That Will Take Your Taste Buds On A Journey

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    What better way to enjoy coffee than with a delicious dessert that will go perfectly with it. We can all agree that desserts are a lot like coffee in the sense that we all have our personal preferences as well as expectations on what we want to experience from both.
  • What Do Different Levels of Roast Mean and How Do They Influence Your Coffee?

    What Do Different Levels of Roast Mean and How Do They Influence Your Coffee?

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    So let’s talk about roast levels, to do this we need to first establish what roasting does to the coffee beans. Before the beans go through the roasting process they are stored green, this is the optimal way to store them as their quality will not diminish over time as quickly. The aim of roasting is to bring out the flavours and aroma locked...
  • Coffee Culture - Ethiopia Edition

    Coffee Culture - Ethiopia Edition

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    A Spot of History If you have been around the specialty coffee world for a while you would know that Ethiopia is one of the most famous origins but did you know that Ethiopia is actually considered to be the birthplace of coffee? Yeah, that same drink we all sip on a daily basis. The legend says that the first coffee plant was discovered...
  • Coffee Culture - Vietnam Edition

    Coffee Culture - Vietnam Edition

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    Vietnamese coffee has a very unique culture, this drink can be prepared in many different ways and be enjoyed at any time of the day. From your first drink before work to your last one late at night with friends in one of the many coffee houses that can be found all over Hanoi. For Vietnamese people, coffee is both a delicious drink and...
  • Coffee Culture - Turkey Edition

    Coffee Culture - Turkey Edition

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    A Spot of History The first to enjoy the wonders of this drink were The Ottoman Sultanate during the war with Mamluks back in 1516, this happened due to bringing Cairo into their empire and consequently its coffee culture with it.  Suleyman the Magnificent, a renowned Sultan of the Ottoman empire would share a cup of coffee with his closest allies. At the time...
  • The Optimum Grind Size for Your Favourite Brewing Method

    The Optimum Grind Size for Your Favourite Brewing Method

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    There are many variables that come into play when it comes to making a delicious cup of coffee, but one of those that can really affect the taste of it can be the grind size you use to extract it.
  • Can Altitude Affect The Flavour of Your Coffee?

    Can Altitude Affect The Flavour of Your Coffee?

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    As we all know the taste of coffee can differ depending on many factors such as Origin
  • What Are The Different Coffee Processing Methods?

    What Are The Different Coffee Processing Methods?

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    So how do the different coffee processing methods affect our coffee? This topic rarely makes it into industry headlines or coffee shop discussions, however, it is an essential part of crafting the flavours and characteristics of our cup of coffee.
  • Start Here: Coffee Beans

    Start Here: Coffee Beans

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    Here at Sippy, we love to celebrate coffee. We know many of you may already consider
  • Origins: Coffee Robusta

    Origins: Coffee Robusta

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    It's high time you learned the facts about coffee Robusta. It is after all one of the most produced types of coffee in the world, along with arabica. Robusta accounts for between 37% and 40% of the world's coffee. That's a lot of beans. Read on and let Sippy tell you all you need to know, to be in the know, about coffee Robusta.
  • 5 Dairy Free Milk Alternatives For Your Coffee

    5 Dairy Free Milk Alternatives For Your Coffee

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    If you and dairy are not on speaking terms, there are plenty of tasty alternatives to use in your coffee. Sippy's rounded up 5 delicious alternatives to milk that won't have you sacrificing the flavor that you're looking for.
  • 5 Coffee Gadgets For An At Home Barista

    5 Coffee Gadgets For An At Home Barista

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    If you fancy yourself an at home barista, you've likely given more thought to this burning conundrum than most. Well, we have rounded up a list of five coffee gadgets that the at home barista will no doubt consider nothing short of essential. So, save up that 'treat yoself” money and check out our list of must haves.
  • 5 Fun Coffee Gadgets For Your Desk

    5 Fun Coffee Gadgets For Your Desk

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    Sippy believes that you shouldn't let anything come between you and some
  • Origins: Coffee Arabica

    Origins: Coffee Arabica

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    Beloved for its superior smoothness, rich flavor profiles, and low bitterness
  • 5 Cold Brew Gadgets Sippy Loves

    5 Cold Brew Gadgets Sippy Loves

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    If you're a cold brew devotee, you already likely know how simple it is to make at home.
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