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Last year, a peace agreement between the Colombian government and the FARC rebels went into effect, ending over 50 years of warfare but also …

The sweet aroma of coffee growing on the trees. The serenity of the coffee fields in the early morning. The experience of hearing a …

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

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. …

Bogota is well-known for its smooth and sweet coffee, symbolized by Juan Valdez. Yet at one time, Bogota was called the Athens of Latin …

Sustainability. We see the word everywhere, we’re all talking about it, and we’re even buying coffee because of it – but when we try …

Sourcing green coffee is not a Condé Nast experience. “At the crack of dawn, I put on my boots and head out to the …

Is there any coffee name so well-known as Juan Valdez? And yet Juan Valdez isn’t even real. He’s just a fictional character conjured up …

Choosing Cartagena, Colombia for your next holiday destination? You can expect 500-year-old colonial buildings, streets popping with colour, nearby beaches… and excellent coffee. That’s …

The routine process goes something like this.  The producer or cooperative grows and processes green beans; the buyer exports and/or imports them; the roaster …