For ages, people around the world have loved coffee, a beverage on which countless cultures have been built in a host of metropolises and countries. Each coffee variety responds to terroir and production conditions, and like fashion, these nuances have become indicators of individual preferences and tastes of coffee lovers. Before the green beans nestled inside the coffee cherries can be served up as hot beverages, they must pass through the hands of farmers, roasters, and baristas, who comprise an industry valued at over USD 100 billion worldwide. Also, like a symbol of exchange between societies and communities, coffee culture wields enormous influence on lifestyle and adjacent industries. Today, great coffee experiences are being redefined by the movement to produce and consume coffee in a sustainable way as well as fair trade, which secures proper price points for coffee products.