On The Farm And “Off The Grid” In Costa Rica

I have been fortunate to travel to many coffee origins in my many years. Each time, I do my best to come back with photographs that will tell the story. But I know that “the pictures just don’t do it justice.” So our New England Sales Director set out for Costa Rica in January to… Read more »

Combating The Coffee “Rust” In Guatemala

A few months ago, we posted about Jim’s trip to Guatemala in June, focusing the content on the school and library we support there. Of course, Jim also spent time visiting the growers who supply our wonderful Guatemalan Atitlan coffee; a small group of about 50 families that take great pride in the quality of… Read more »

Coffee Report: Colombian

Our latest ‘lot’ of Colombian has arrived from a group of farms called Kachalu, where we have been sourcing fine coffee from for many years. The Kachalu farms surround a forest preserve, managed by Fundacion Natura, that protects an endangered species of Andean oak. The farms are part of the Rainforest Alliance certification program and… Read more »