The Blog

  • Mar16

    New Coffee of the Month Burundi Karuzi Ubuto

    It is time to go back to Africa for our new coffee of the month. The newcoffee hails from Burundi, Karuzi Province. Burundi is located west ofTanzania with its westernmost border being the amazing Lake Tanganika.It also borders Rwanda to the north and the coffee shares similarities withthat of its...

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  • Mar08

    Unlocking the Secrets of Coffee Grind Types

    Do you wonder why there are different types of coffee grinds? In this article, we'll explore the importance of choosing the ideal coffee grind for your brew and how it will affect the taste of your coffee.When it comes to brewing coffee, there's no one-size-fits-all option. The size of your...

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  • Mar03

    The Coffee Journey – Episode II

    As promised, this is the second instalment of a year-long blog series oncoffee farm activities gearing up for the 2023-2024 harvest.February is an interesting month. At most farms in El Salvador, it is a quiettime since the harvest is done and there is no moisture in the soil, whichmeans the...

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  • Feb24

    The Effects of Grinding Coffee Beans

    Some people might wonder why coffee experts only use freshly ground beans in their brew; and the main reason for that is that, when coffee is ground, the oils that give it its unique taste and aroma start to degrade immediately after. This is due to three main factors: moisture,...

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