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Demystifying the coffee supply chain

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12 Aug 2019
"Discoveries" | 5 min read

Peru Discoveries Origin Report 2019

Summary Last May I spent five days in the north of Peru, in the Cajama...

By algrano
25 Jan 2019
| 5 min read

Direct trade in Ethiopia?

Sourcing coffee from Ethiopia is very difficult - that’s what they say...

By algrano
28 Dec 2018
| 8 min read

How about a coffee grammar? Between Candid Standards and Candied Starfruit: Part 3

In the past two parts of this blog series on coffee evaluation, we foc...

By algrano
30 Nov 2018
| 7 min read

Between candied starfruit and candid standards - Part Two - The big 3

In the last blog post we had a closer look at the most common standard...

By algrano
07 Nov 2018
| 5 min read

Between Candid Standards and Candied Starfruits - Part One

This is the first of a three-part series on how evaluating the taste o...

By algrano
30 Aug 2018
| 3 min read

Roasting Royalty Looks to the Future

Many family-run roasteries attach a proud sense of heritage and tradit...

By algrano
13 Jul 2018
| 4 min read

Amazon tribe protects rainforest through coffee and tech

Less than half-a-century ago, first contact from the outside world was...

By algrano
30 May 2018
| 3 min read

Going the extra mile

In this latest blog in a series of articles about demystifying the sup...

By algrano
26 Apr 2018
| 3 min read

Celebrating ten years on the light side

Like many people’s journey into coffee, Armin Machhörndl can remember ...

By algrano
13 Apr 2018
| 4 min read

Honduras coffee producers bridge the digital divide

For a relatively small country, Honduras’ reputation as a producer of ...

By algrano
23 Mar 2018
| 3 min read

Switzerland goes bananas for sustainable trade

In the early 1970s, a group of forward-thinking women in Switzerland w...

By algrano

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