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    • Trends
    • Blog

    Discover Conilon, the Brazilian Canephora that Is in High Demand

    Similar to Robusta, Conilon has been produced in Espírito Santo since the 1970s. It used to be dried for only six hours, hence the poor quality. Now, producers improved their picking of ripe cherries and started drying their coffee more gently, for longer periods of time.
    published 12 months ago

    • Brazil
    • Blog

    Myanmar Origin Story: From Zero Specialty to 90+ in Ten Years

    Myanmar coffee has a unique flavour and a unique history. Learn why this origin is special from the people who worked with farmers.
    published about 1 year ago

    • Myanmar
    • Harvest report
    • Blog

    Who Are Mandalay Coffee Group & Shwe Taung Thu?

    Understand how important these two producer groups are for the specialty coffee sector in Myanmar and get the latest harvest update.
    published about 1 year ago

    • Myanmar
    • Blog

    Leaving the shadow of Antigua: Discover Palencia and Ciudad Vieja

    Antigua was Guatemala’s first coffee “brand”. Nestled in a valley near 3 volcanoes, Antigua started cultivating coffee in the mid-1800s, when the national production of indigo for dyes collapsed. Since the rise of the specialty industry in the early 2000s and the subsequent trend for more traceability in the supply chain, Guatemalan growers have adapted.
    published about 4 years ago

    • Guatemala
    • Blog

    IWCA El Salvador: female leaders bringing unity to a divided country

    How AMCES (Alianza de Mujeres en Café de El Salvador), one of the seven coffee producer guilds operating in El Salvador, is standing out for its efforts to unify the sector and bring growers together through education.
    published about 4 years ago

    • El Salvador
    • Blog

    Gallery: A glimpse into Las Capucas, Copán

    Photo Gallery, A glimpse into Las Capucas, Copán
    published over 4 years ago

    • Honduras
    • Blog

    From exotic cup to 85+: Sierra Nevada is dressing up to a new fashion

    "A group of farmers from Campesino backgrounds decided it was time to rebrand to embrace a different fashion: cup quality."
    published over 4 years ago

    • Colombia
    • Blog

    The Santander Cluster: San Fernando and Buena Vista

    Growing coffee is more than a business. It is a life investment and a family legacy. Read the story of the Mancillas and the Carliers in Santander, Colombia.
    published over 4 years ago

    • Colombia
    • Blog

    The Coffee Cluster: La Pradera and Forestal Café

    Discover the people behind Hacienda Cafetera La Pradera and Forestal Café: organic specialty coffees from Santander, Northern Colombia.
    published over 4 years ago

    • Colombia