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UNIQUE BRAZILIAN CACHOEIRA PEABERRY COFFEE LAUNCHES

By kristina / April 10, 2019

There’s coffee and there’s Lost Sheep Coffee. Lost Sheep Coffee’s new Brazilian Cachoeira Coffee beans will blow any preconceived ideas you have about Brazilian coffee out of the hot water. This grade 1 speciality coffee scored an impressive 85 out of a possible 100 points (most chain high street coffee is only grade 3). Flavour-wise […]

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HOW CLIMATE CHANGE IS KILLING COFFEE

By Monica / March 1, 2019

A rich cup of coffee is one of life’s little pleasures, but it will become more difficult and expensive to obtain in the near future. Coffee is among the crops under threat from climate change. An extensive study published in January found that 60% of wild coffee species — or 75 of 124 plants — are […]

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ACE FORCED TO RESCHEDULE NICARAGUA CUP OF EXCELLENCE

By Silvia / February 11, 2019

Alliance for Coffee Excellence, the non-profit organisation which operates the Cup of Excellence, has been forced to cancel this year’s event in Nicaragua. ACE said sanctions, safety concerns and sporadic violence in the country since April 2018 has made it impossible for the Cup of Excellence to operate effectively. “Our hearts go out to the entire […]

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‘BEANLESS’ COFFEE PHENOMENON IS TROUBLE FOR VIETNAM’S OUTPUT

By kristina / November 26, 2018

Several areas in the world’s biggest grower of robusta coffee have reaped fruits that have no beans inside or where beans are smaller than usual. The empty cherries are most common in Gia Lai province in the north, which normally provides about 15 percent of Vietnam’s crop, according to Simexco DakLak Ltd., the country’s second-biggest […]

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REVOLUTIONIZING COFFEE TASTES IN THE IVORY COAST

By Monica / November 21, 2018

We pour about 1.4 billion cups of coffee a day globally, according to the International Coffee Organization, and the Ivory Coast has been one of the world’s largest coffee producers for over half a century. But locals don’t seem to share the world’s enthusiasm for the country’s coffee beans. While traditionally there has not been […]

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