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Sensorial degradation in green coffee can represent significant financial losses for producers, traders, and roasters. Yet while a certain degree of degradation over time …

Huehuetenango, Guatemala is known for top-quality coffee, but the region hasn’t been immune to the ongoing coffee price crisis. High in the misty mountains …

Bread, wine, cheese, yogurt, chocolate, coffee: what do all of these delicious items have in common? Fermentation. In coffee, fermentation is crucial. It doesn’t …

Sometimes, it’s hard to separate the concept of specialty coffee from something artisanal and small-scale. It’s the human knowledge and care, we think, that …

Drying is an important part of coffee processing. If it isn’t performed properly, coffee beans can start to ferment or develop mold, which make …

Wet/washed processed coffees are loved by many specialty coffee consumers, roasters, and buyers, thanks to their reputation for consistency and illuminated acidity. But in …

You’ve sourced a great green coffee from your favorite origin and roasted a delicious batch. But how can you replicate it for your next …

Welcome to Brazil, the world’s largest coffee producer. What happens here shapes the coffee industry around the globe. So it’s no surprise that 20,000 …

You stand in the coffee shop, looking at a bag of coffee beans: “Light-medium roast, washed, Colombian Nariño,” says the package. But if “Colombian Nariño” …

We often read about award-winning coffees with exceptional profiles being sold for high prices. But what does “award-winning” really mean? How do green coffee …