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Fika Coffee Blog — FIKA

Choosing a Coffee That's Right for You

Light roast or dark roast? Ethiopian or Guatemalan? How do you choose the coffee you drink? Are you choosing the coffee you like best? We...

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Dreaming and Doing

As we approach seven years with our roaster and three years with our cafe, we'd like to invite you inside our business to take a look...

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The Breakup

I’m in the middle of a break up right now and it’s complicated. I’m breaking up with my (Fika’s) social media accounts...and it’s complicated. The...

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"Coffee is People" - Finca la Esperanza

Hesitant to move as if it would break the beauty of the moment, I stood speechless and still on the rooftop terrace of the Villatoro's...

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Tips for a Cause, Finca La Esperanza

No penny put in our tip jar goes to waste. But, we don’t ever keep them for ourselves - we give them to worthy causes....

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Helping Our Brew To Do More Good

Have you brewed a cup of our Gishubi Hill-Burundi coffee yet? Known as the Cinderella of coffee (because its hidden, misused, misunderstood, and neglected), Josh...

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Coffee, Patron Saint of Lost Things

Fika Coffee, the brick and mortar version, has been up and running for a few solid months now.  We’ve seen a lot of great folks...

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Tap, Sap, Brew & Sip

Springtime in the great north woods of Minnesota means a lot of things.  It mostly means erratic weather patterns (40 degrees and sunny one day,...

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The Story Behind the Red-winged Blackbird

A few months ago, we wrote a blog post about one of our most commonly asked questions: what’s the best way to brew coffee? This...

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