Standart Magazine is a printed magazine on coffee culture , which originated in Slovakia and has grown into more than 60 countries worldwide. The magazine publishes a bunch of caffeine enthusiasts for high-quality journalism, design, and coffee communities.
The magazine is published in three languages : Czech-Slovak mutation, English, and from 2017 also in Japanese. A magazine printed on high-quality paper adds content and visual quality. The magazine is not prone to cheap advertising and unsuccessful marketing slogans - each new number is made up of 130 pages of high quality content in 14 articles written by professionals from around the world .
The English version of Standart is today considered one of the most prominent coffee publications in the world . Specialists such as Al Keating, Director of Coffee Supreme in New Zealand and Australia, Benjamin Aldes Wurgaft - well-known historian at the prestigious MIT University of the United States, Liz Clayton, editor-in-chief Sprudge or Willem Boot - are owners of farms at Panama.
Non-traditional is also a business model. Each number has a single exclusive sponsor and only a few partners - but they are all brands that they personally stand and trust. At the same time, they collaborate with a number of cafes, bookstores and magazines in Slovakia and in the Czech Republic, which sell and help with vision - to connect the worlds of coffee professionals and the general public .