All posts tagged 'Coffee Industry'
CBC Guide: Ethiopian Coffee

CBC Guide: Ethiopian Coffee

Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee, which makes sense since its climate for growing coffee and the coffee it produces are pure perfection. Some even say that the original Ethiopian name for coffee, “Kaffa bunn,” was anglicized into the word we know today, “coffee.”...

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The Coffee Industry and COVID-19

The Coffee Industry and COVID-19

And like everything, the coffee industry is not immune to this change either, and perhaps, even more so due to its unique and intimate relationship between coffee farmers, suppliers, roasting houses, cafes, and coffee drinkers. We wanted to go beyond our limited horizon of understanding and reach out to gauge how the rest of the industry is reacting and responding to one of the most important issues in our lifetime....

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Kopi Luwak - The World's Most Expensive Coffee Beans

Kopi Luwak - The World's Most Expensive Coffee Beans

This coffee is from Indonesia and is processed by wild Asian Palm Civets. They find the ripest and freshest coffee cherries and through the magic of their digestive enzymes, they break down the beans. Once they've "deposited" the beans, the beans are collected, washed thoroughly, and processed....

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