A post from the road ... about our trip through southern and western Ethiopia coffee lands in late 2018.
Kenya small farmers face a lack of support, materials and know-how.
We want your pet's photo in our 2019 calendar
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.
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.
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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!
Yemeni coffees are like no other. Maybe that's a good thing.
A few Instagram moments from Tom's recent trip to Rwanda and Burundi.
We point our cameras at the farmer, at their trees, and their dog, at their wet-pulper machine, at their family members, and we take a picture.
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.
Organic Brazil, sadly, facing a full-on assault of insect, fungus, and poor nutrition.
A few moments from Tom's recent trip.
- don't mess with it.
This photo gallery has a collection of extreme close ups of roasted coffee beans.
Traditional Sumatran coffees are wet-hulled. It's also called semi-washed coffee which may or may not be accurate since there are variations in methods.
Photographs from my recent trip to Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi.
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