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There are few countries more famous for their coffee than Colombia. And within Colombia, no region produces more coffee than Huila, a mountainous department …

Zimbabwean coffee was once known for its high-quality, sweet, citric, chocolatey profile. But it’s been almost 20 years since it all but disappeared from …

With the approach of the coffee harvest comes mixed feelings. Many producers, like my family, are excited to see the result of our year’s …

Imagine resting near the pool of a beautiful waterfall, enjoying a serene lagoon or lounging under the shade of palm trees on your favorite …

Rural producers lifting themselves and their communities out of poverty through coffee production: it’s a romantic idea. And it’s easy to feel skeptical when …

For coffee farms across Central America, it’s their busiest time of the year right now. That’s right, it’s the harvest period. But what does …

Imagine owning a farm so small that you cannot receive practical help – even though, with the low profit margins and high costs of …

Drinking coffee, in Latin America, is not just about a quick caffeine fix. It is a rite that forms part of our identity. We …

A few days ago, I spoke to a group of rural entrepreneurs in Huila, Colombia, many of whom were smallholder coffee producers. As I …

Rwanda: this small East African country should not be overlooked by roasters and coffee lovers. Known as the Land of a Thousand Hills, its …