Posts Tagged: burundi

CCS Presents: Cup, Learn & Share

Join us in Oslo for a fascinating 1-day workshop and discover two innovative CCS partners and their unique approach to producing specialty coffee: La Palma y El Tucan (LPET), Colombia Long Miles Coffee Project (LMCP), Burundi We will be cupping, discussing,

CCS Presents: Cup, Learn & Share

Join us in Oslo for a fascinating 1-day workshop and discover two innovative CCS partners and their unique approach to producing specialty coffee: La Palma y El Tucan (LPET), Colombia Long Miles Coffee Project (LMCP), Burundi We will be cupping, discussing,

Washing Station Profile: Yandaro

Name: Yandaro Operator: Greenco
 Province: Kayanza
 Commune: Kabarore Construction Date: 1986
 Processing capacity (mt): >1200 Elevation (masl): 1 774
 Variety: Red Bourbon

 Soil: Hygro-Xéro-Ferralsols with Ferralic Number of delivering cherry producers: 441 Average trees per farmer: 519

 Processing method: Fully

Washing Station Profile: Yandaro

Name: Yandaro Operator: Greenco
 Province: Kayanza
 Commune: Kabarore Construction Date: 1986
 Processing capacity (mt): >1200 Elevation (masl): 1 774
 Variety: Red Bourbon

 Soil: Hygro-Xéro-Ferralsols with Ferralic Number of delivering cherry producers: 441 Average trees per farmer: 519

 Processing method: Fully

The Inevitable Chaos that is Burundi Coffee Buying

I’m supposed to be writing an article about my recent experiences travelling in Colombia. It was my first time travelling there (as well as in Brazil, where I later went) and having only experienced being in some of East Africa as a coffee

The Inevitable Chaos that is Burundi Coffee Buying

I’m supposed to be writing an article about my recent experiences travelling in Colombia. It was my first time travelling there (as well as in Brazil, where I later went) and having only experienced being in some of East Africa as a coffee