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Demystifying the coffee supply chain

Written by algrano
on October 06, 2020
October 2020 had a special place in the heart of every coffee lover. The month of WOC! However, life had other plans for the year none of us could have foreseen… It’s been too long since our last proper get together. And you know what? We all need a bit of celebration. The coffee community can leverage the power of digital and come together no matter what. So Algrano is declaring October the month of celebrating Brazil in line with the end of this year’s harvest. Call it a “Coffee Carnival”! And we prepared quite a few exciting things for you 🎁:

What's going to happen: 
 
- 6 virtual origin 30-minute lunches with growers who will show you around their farms 🥗📹
- Cupping with delicious Brazilian coffees ☕️
- Brazilian discovery with competition-winning coffees 🏆🇧🇷
- Surprise event - more to be revealed soon 🤫
 
How to participate?
Here't the calendar of events, you register to any of them by clicking on the link in the invite ⬇️
 

 
We can't wait to see you there! 🎉
 
P.S. Brazil has a truly great crop this year. Browse coffees and get your free samples today to celebrate Brazil with us!
 
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