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Guatemala is known for its washed Arabica coffees, but natural and honey processing is slowly taking off in this Central American country. In fact, …

There’s far more to producing coffee than just planting the trees and picking the cherries. Even though the harvest period might be just a …

Guatemalan coffees are classics, known and loved by many consumers across the globe. They’re a common feature on any roastery or importer’s menu – …

Natural and honey processed coffees offer sweet profiles and fuller bodies, but don’t try to roast them like a wet processed lot. You’ll either …

For many years, Papua New Guinea’s coffee was overshadowed by that of its neighbour, Indonesia. Yet its sweet, fruity crops and ideal coffee-growing conditions …

Washed/wet-processed coffees are known for their brilliant cleanness. They allow the flavours of the coffee to shine, whether it’s sparkling acidity or a rich, …

Just like any other industry, coffee production has an environmental cost. With wet processing, it comes in the form of water pollution and waste …

In 2015, Sasa Sestic won the World Barista Championship with a coffee that had been washed carbonic macerated, an innovative fermentation method. Two years …

Honey processing creates a sweeter, more full-bodied cup of coffee. But why? How do producers honey process coffee? And what does it look like …

Choosing between a centralized or in-farm mill (or beneficio) is a major decision for coffee producers: it affects incomes, productivity, quality, workload, and more. …