Take a tour of Dusangirijambo
An inside look at Fair Trade and Organic Certifications
Check out some footage Tom shot during his visit to this awesome organic and rain forest certified coffee farm.
Coffee from western Uganda has typically been low grade commercial quality. But potential is there...
Tom and David chat about the Indonesian coffee trade.
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
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.
Many home roasting enthusiasts dream of starting their own roasting businesses.
I recently caught glimpse of this and found it very thought-provoking.
An insight into the African coffee trade.
Part 2: Go For The Green Coffee is wonderfully appealing for a number of reasons; that is, there is no one thing that makes a coffee great.
We are participating in the 2015 Grounds for Health Roasters Challenge and we are hoping you can help too.
It's Thursday morning in Seattle, and I have to say, this isn't what I remember it being like when I lived here 10 years ago.
We're heading up to Seattle for SCAA Thursday-Sunday.
After months of congestion due to a nearly yearlong labor dispute the Port of Oakland is on its way back to normal operations.
Part of daily life here at Coffee Shrub home base is preparing freight shipments for orders that are 400 lb or more.
By now I'm sure you all know about the contract dispute between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and Pacific Maritime Association, and the severe delays incurred at West Coast ports, including Oakland.
We’re always happy to see our Coffee Shrub customers get propers for all the work they put into roasting .
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