Yemen Single Farm Haraz Coffee

Yemen Single Farm Haraz Coffee is Authentic. Yemen doesn’t come to mind while thinking about coffee, but coffee is deeply connected to the country’s history and most of the world’s coffee culture goes back to this small country in the Middle East.  Coffee’s birth place is Ethiopia yet the coffee drink as a beverage originated … Read more

Costa Rican coffee has long had reputation for quality

Costa Rica coffee

Costa Rican Coffee equals Quality Costa Rican coffee has enjoyed a reputation for outstanding quality.  In our early years in the late eighties one of our best selling coffees was Costa Rica Tarrazu, a strickly hard bean produced in near perfect growing conditions.  Years of the La Roya disease cut coffee production up to 30% … Read more

World Coffee Research and the Sensory Lexicon explained

World Coffee Research Sensory Coffee Circle

How do the experts describe coffee? The author, Gail Civille, was part of the team that helped to develop the flavour lexicon.  Published January 19, 2016   What is World Coffee Research? Today, World Coffee Research published the Sensory Lexicon, the largest collaborative work on the flavour of coffee and a project more than three years … Read more

Can Coffee Quality & Environmental Sustainability Go Hand in Hand?

Coffee Quality and Sustainability

This is the age old question we face in all things we use, not just coffee.  Here, the Brazilian coffee company Ipanema, presents the case for coffee quality and environmental sustainability.  Published in The Perfect Daily Grind, September 6, 2019 Can Coffee Quality & Environmental Sustainability Go Hand in Hand? The future of coffee production … Read more

Roasting Coffee Responsibly

Roasting Coffee Responsibly

Our success for delivering great tasting coffee has always correlated to helping others be successful in whatever drives their passion.  In this article, you will learn some of the approaches we are taking everyday to ensure our we are roasting coffee responsibly.  By Robin Sagi (she/her)

Coffee Quality Control: A Farmer’s Dilemma

Coffee Quality Control

Based on an article by Damian Reed, WeTheOrigin. Published October 5, 2020 Coffee Quality Control: A Farmer’s Dilemma Thanks to the hard-working coffee farmers, coffee is everywhere and we are all grateful for it. It doesn’t seem possible, but the challenges for getting quality beans to us at home are quite formidable. In fact, coffee … Read more

Hondura Coffee Producer Katia Duke

Hondura Coffee Producer

Last February, just prior to Covid-19 shutting down borders, Rachel and Susan visited Katia to learn first hand some of the challenges faced in coffee production.  By Rachel Dineen, Manager Coffee Tree Roastery Hondura Coffee Producer Katia Duke is redefining Specialty Coffee on her Farm In coffee production, there are many factors that are out … Read more