Ask children where coffee comes from and they’ll likely point to the ubiquitous green umbrellas of a nearby Starbucks. And now that the company has introduced its trenta cup (coffee’s version of a 7-Eleven big gulp), the involved journey of beans to cup has become that much more obscured. Photographer Daniel Lorenzetti and his wife, author Linda Rice Lorenzetti, encountered a coffee plantation while visiting Indonesia and were intrigued by its visually stunning landscape and labor-intensive agrarian culture. So they traveled to eight coffee-growing regions — from Kenya to Costa Rica — creating photographic and narrative portraits of the people who handpick the beans that wind up in... More >>>