Hurricane Stan, Revisited

For a little more than five years now I’ve been a keen student of coffee… of coffee’s origins and varietals, growing and processing, beans and blends and roasting. Along the way I’ve learned more about farming than I’d ever have imagined...

On Today’s Tasting Table

In which your author drinks bad coffee so you don’t have to… Imus Ranch Coffee… claims to be “100% Colombian Coffee”. I don’t see anything on the Imus Ranch package to suggest it’s 100% Arabica coffee, and given its wet...

The Kona Coffee Coup

There’s trouble brewing in paradise… You may or may not know that Hawaii is home to the only coffee-growing land in these United States. The western slope of Hawaii Island (the Big Island) is home to that premium island coffee bean, Kona. I’ve waxed...

Move Over Kopi Lewak

The Early Bird Gets the Bean? From the Strange But True (it has to be because I read it online) Department… Muruk Coffee — a curious project in the Eastern Highlands of Papua New Guinea may have the civet cat looking for a new gig. The idea: feed ripe...

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