Harvest is a hopeful time of transition for coffee farmers and their families as they gear up for the busiest time of year. Writer Perry Czopp and photographer Cheyanne Paredes capture the sights and sentiments from the 2017-18 coffee harvest in Costa Rica.
Challenges and opportunities abound when three Colorado coffee roasters launch individual fundraising efforts to assist coffee growing collectives in Peru, Guatemala, and Rwanda.
For many coffee drinkers, the realities of coffee production are a distant thought. But as we continue to consume and enjoy our daily brew, it’s time to take into account how our actions can manifest positive change in coffee-producing regions.
Nestled in the foothills of the mighty Himalayas, 200 miles west of Nepal’s border, lies a little-known tea region called Kumaon.
Makes a tasty cocktail too!
The implication is that spot—green coffee purchased from a warehouse—is inferior, or that it’s small time, or maybe both. But is that really the case?
Expert jury evaluated coffee lots grown in nine countries to award the Ernesto Illy International Coffee Award.
Exploring Costa Rica’s coffee community through a variety of lenses.
The new class of coffee varieties assuring a future for coffee.
Fair trade helps farmers and workers access better trading terms for sustainably produced products.