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The tiny East African country of Burundi produces exceptional coffees. With its high altitudes, volcanic soil, and good processing, it’s no surprise that it …

Burundi, the Heart of Africa. It’s called this for its heart-shaped outline and its central location on the African continent. And as its 600,000–800,000 …

San Diego already had it all. Beautiful beaches, local mountains, craft beer and, of course, tacos. But over the last couple of years, as …

When consumers and coffee buyers think of coffee processing, they think of two things: the coffee’s taste and the impact on the environment. But …

So you love a good cup of coffee in your favorite coffee shop, but now you want the same quality coffee at home. I’ve …

Certified Q graders have almost mythical status in the specialty coffee industry – but there’s no reason why you can’t become one too. The …

Being a coffee producer means living a life of uncertainty. While measures can be taken to improve quality and therefore prices, the truth is …

Honduras! This small yet beautiful country has become a fantastic source of specialty coffee for the world. In fact, it’s the largest exporter of …

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. …

All eyes turned to Kenya at SCA Global Coffee Expo, as the country was named the 2017 Portrait Country. And there’s no doubt that …