Category Archives: The coffee growing countries

Raul ́s Experiment Semi-washed / Pulp Natural: Why?

Raul Rodas, 2012 World Barista Champion and the owner of “Paradigma Coffee Roasters” decided to put his own experiment and thoughts together to describe the coffee process method that he found to be unique. Basically, the coffee cherries were pulped … Continue reading

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Coffee Quality and Sustainability

By Shauna Alexander Mohr  In the mid-1990s, before most industries were tackling sustainability, specialty coffee companies came together with NGOs and research institutions to address issues such as shade-grown coffee, organics and Fair Trade. 1996 marked the First Sustainable Coffee … Continue reading

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Extraordinary Coffee Workshop

Intelligentsia gathers growers from all over the world in Los Angeles by Julie Wolfson in Food-Drink on 4 November 2011 As the movement to recognize coffee as a serious foodstuff continues to grow, expert farmers from around the world are sharing production methods as … Continue reading

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Coffee and Seasonality

Coffee and Seasonality By timwendelboe | 10 August 2011 One of the recent trends in coffee is that some of the smaller specialised coffee roasters around the world and in the Nordic Countries are starting to treat coffee as a … Continue reading

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Indonesian Coffees some history…

Indonesia (from Wikipedia) Coffee made it way to Indonesia thanks to the Dutch, who are probably the one nation largely responsible for coffee spreading through the world, thanks to the trade and botanic skills. The Dutch governor of Malabar, India … Continue reading

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Processing

How the fruit is removed from the coffee and how it is dried are extraordinarily important to how it finally tastes. If the fruit removal and drying, collectively called processing, is done carefully, the coffee will taste clean and free … Continue reading

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Colombian Coffee History

Colombian Coffee Beans Colombian Coffee History Coffee was introduced to Colombia in the early 1800s.  Today Bourbon, Typica, Caturra, and Maragogype coffee varietals are cultivated. Colombian Coffee Industry The Colombian Coffee Federation has done a commendable job in promoting the … Continue reading

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