This is a collection of coffee cultivar images from my travels.
For years we have thought about working in a more direct way with small-scale farmers in Guatemala, and in the 2013 harvest year this effort came to fruition.
From Sweet Maria's travelogues to various countries, images of how wet processing is done in various parts of the world.
Yemeni coffees are like no other. Maybe that's a good thing.
We are 20 years old, so take 20% off
An inside look at parchment coffee and Kenyan coffee grades
A long form talk with Leo and Jenni Henao at the farm in Urrao Antioquia, Colombia. Maybe of interest to farmers and gardeners.
A geeky macro video of the various grades and types of Kenya coffee. Some of this information can apply to wet processed coffee elsewhere too! -Tom
This is a macro video explaining what parchment coffee is.
If you've ever visited our warehouse, you may have noticed coffee bags with logos other than the "Sweet Maria's", or our sister wholesale business "Coffee Shrub" logos.
How Tom turns coffee fruit into coffee plants.
Different ways to get more of the coffee you want, for less.
Flavor variety or flavor precision. Whatever you are into, these are for you.
Organic Brazil, sadly, facing a full-on assault of insect, fungus, and poor nutrition.
...because you gotta put it somewhere.
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