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It’s time to reconsider the relationship between farms and mills. All of us in the specialty industry have the same aim: high-quality coffee. Working …

Forget your preconceptions of coffee farming – Hawaii breaks them all. In Hawaii, US minimum wage and labour laws apply. In Hawaii, Kona coffee …

How do you start your own roastery? Build meaningful relationships with producers? And create a variety of coffees that will excite your buyers? Jared …

If you think all Indonesian coffee is either commodity or kopi luwak, think again. This island chain may not be as well-known for its specialty …

Thiago Borba wants Brazil to have a strong specialty consumer culture. And he’s got a plan to make that happen. He’s part of Burgeon …

We don’t want coffee that has absorbed musty smells. Nor do we want that baggy flavour that comes when they absorb moisture after the …

Every aspect of coffee planting can have a significant impact on the final product. And the decision to plant coffee in rows can affect …

Harvest time in El Salvador is November to February/March. It’s a cool, dry season perfect for the picking of coffee cherries. Yet this year it’s …

The final day of Micro Coffee Festival El Salvador started bright and early – perhaps a little too bright for those who’d been enjoying …

Micro Festival El Salvador is a one-of-a-kind event (if we do say so ourselves). A coffee festival in a producing country, it’s dedicated to …