A photo travelogue of a harvest-period trip to Rwanda, the various farmer sites and some new areas we are looking for coffee!
First trip to see coffee, way back in 2001! This was before roasters regularly visited farms, and represents the wonderment (and naivete) of that time.
Some thoughts on Suluwesi and Indonesia in general while traveling there...
Harvest in Nariño comes at a time that is somewhat in between the middle and main harvests of our other primary sources of Colombian coffee, namely Urrao and Caicedo in the north, and La Plata and Inzá down south.
I took an extended East Africa trip in May 2018, but with only a limited number of days in Burundi. But I wanted to share photos of current farms and stations we are involved with.
From Sweet Maria's travelogues to various countries, images of how wet processing is done in various parts of the world.
This has nothing to do with coffee, but everything to do with culture!
Coffee, escaping hippos and smoking coffee leaves
A few Instagram moments from Tom's recent trip to Rwanda and Burundi.
I sometimes share travel stories, not about the coffee, but about the stuff in-between.
Here's a mini-travelogue from our Instagram feed with a few moments from Tom's recent trip to Kenya and Ethiopia.
Here's a few Instagrams from Tom's last trip.
A mini travelogue from Tom's last trip.
Why are these coffee plants so tall?
A series of clips from around the mountainous coffee areas of East Timor.
A glimpse at the work that goes into coffee coming from PNG.
Organic Brazil, sadly, facing a full-on assault of insect, fungus, and poor nutrition.
A few 'grams from Tom's most recent trip
A few moments from Tom's recent trip.
Writing and uploading coffee travelogues on a regular basis is something I did religiously ... that is, until around 6 years ago when the travel became so frequent that the task became impossible.
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