Introducing Yemen Mocca Haimi LTD

3rd Sep 2018

While Ethiopia is accepted to be the birthplace of coffee, Yemen is where coffee really started to be appreciated on a much, much larger scale. According to tradition, the earliest record of coffee being consumed as a drink in Yemen was about 600 yea...
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Introducing Sumatra Bener Meriah LTD

31st Jul 2018

If you've been following our blog, you may have noticed that we've been announcing new limited edition coffees just about every month. Sourcing new coffees is usually a pretty time consuming venture, but Richard just keeps finding these gems, so, we'...
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Comparing Arabica to its Wild-Eyed Cousin, Robusta

3rd Jul 2018

When you think of your family tree, what do you think of? You may note the happenstance of generations upon generations of genetic programming coming together to build new variety with each iteration. Or perhaps you think of your wild-eyed cousin on...
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New Mid-Year Offerings Available

3rd Jul 2018

Alas, dear readers, our delicious Ethiopia Chelelektu Limited Edition has run its course. Fret not, we've tested some new dry process prospects for a suitable replacement and have emerged with a fine specimen that we hope you'll enjoy as much as we d...
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Coffee of the Month: Guatemala Antigua Hunapu Bourbon

1st Jun 2018

It's that time again! Our stores of Guatemala Bella Carmona Especial have finally been depleted. Not to worry, we've already got another exciting addition to introduce you to. This fine June, we're showcasing our newest Limited Edition coffee, Guatem...
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The Buzz on Coffee Production

1st Jun 2018

For the last decade, experts have reported a dramatic decline in honey bee population that has been felt globally. Some of the hardest working pollinators, bees are an essential component to agricultural production. The coffee industry is no exceptio...
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Sumatra in Crisis

30th Apr 2018

People love Sumatran coffee for its sweet, earthy nuances, full, smooth body, and low acidity. It's no surprise the coffee is in high demand all around the world. However, in recent years, climate changes have made it much more difficult for coffee f...
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Coffee Processing and What it Means for Your Morning Cup

30th Apr 2018

With striking similarity to wine, coffee has a seemingly endless variety in tastes, mouthfeel, aromas, nuances, acidity levels, etc. And, just as with wine, every step of the process, from seed to cup, impacts the way the coffee is experienced. One o...
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