Images of coffee types from my trips to coffee origins. This is a growing collection of images... Page 3 of 3
Images of coffee types from my trips to coffee origins. This is a growing collection of images... Page 2 of 3
Photographs from my recent trip to Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi.
Dan manages our cupping lab and roasts/cups countless coffees every week so he was excited to travel to Guatemala to visit farms that we work with.
This is a set of images from my recent trip to Ethiopia, and instead of trying to represent everywhere I went, I focused only on images I wanted to caption, ones I thought were worth making notes about.
Simiens is known for several large mammal species that are endangered and for the dramatic views, enhanced by rapid changes in weather and dramatic lighting.
Lalibela is a UNESCO world heritage site, and must be seen to be believed.
This was a quick trip (made even shorter by delayed flights and missed connections in Houston)
Aleco and I made a trip to Ethiopia to scout out new possibilities, and to eat Tibs.
Be warned that a few photos from the Sulawesi funeral Pesta are gory.
I took an extended trip to Sumatra, landing in Medan and heading south initially to North Sumatra.
It was great fun. I felt like I was in a parade for 4 days, waving and greeting everyone we passed.
Sana'a is probably no more or less difficult to navigate than any other Arabian or African capital.
This was the only place I saw the use of shade trees for the coffee in Yemen.
A collection of photographs along the way.
They have great coffee here, and more of the crop is terrace-grown than what we saw in Saihi the day before.
The old port city is Al Mohka (Al Mocha, Al Mahka) which is where the name Mocha coffee came from.
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