Posts tagged 'Collaboration'

The History of Papua New Guinea Coffee

In the highlands of Papua New Guinea (PNG), morning fog fills the valleys and the mountain peaks float above in …

6 months ago

Women and Coffee at Café Delas: Empowering Women Farmers in Brazil

Café Delas was created to help women farmers access the resources, knowledge, and voice they need to grow their operations …

7 months ago

What’s the Deal with Wet Hulled Coffee?

Indonesia is every sort of wet and always all kinds of “Basah.” Rain? Plenty of it, more than most places …

8 months ago

Green Uganda Coffee from the White Nile

If you were a European explorer in Africa in the nineteenth century, at the top of your to-do list would …

9 months ago

Laos Coffee and the Lord of Naga

The story of Laos coffee starts in the southwest corner of Laos, where the Mekong river approaches the border with Cambodia as if approaching …

1 year ago

Colombia Dulima: Colombian Coffee from the Home of the Snow Queen and Adolescent Soil

Colombian coffee is considered to be some of highest quality coffee in the world. Known for its mellow acidity, subtle sweetness, and nutty undertones, …

1 year ago

San Vicente Honduras: Redefining "Origin"

Origin. Few words are as evocative in any context, but within the context of coffee the word almost echoes, as …

2 years ago

Green is the New Black: Green Friday is Next Week!

Green Friday is just around the corner and we hope you’re ready. We hope you’ve been paying attention. To make …

2 years ago

The Exchange: Episode 13 - The Coffee Roaster and SCA Part 2

Part 2 of a discussion about the Specialty Coffee Association and the recent Coffee Expo in Boston, including an interview …

3 years ago

Tanzania Rising

Mount Kilimanjaro rises over 16,000 feet above Tanzania, the tallest mountain on the African continent, and could be considered emblematic …

3 years ago