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Portland, Oregon-based maker of specialty coffee brewers and accessories Ratio has received an equity investment from Brant and Patrick Curtis, formerly of the commercial coffee equipment company Wilbur Curtis, according…

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The Papua New Guinea (PNG) 2018 National Cupping Competition took place last month in Port Moreseby, with a panel of seven international and six national judges discovering major quality improvements…

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Coffee workers in Myanmar. Photo by Winrock International.

Following two years of development, Burmese specialty coffee is officially alive and thriving in the U.S. consumer market. Last week, representatives of Winrock International, USAID and the Coffee Quality Institute — three partners…

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The Taza Dorada Robusta (Robusta Golden Cup) national coffee competition wrapped up last week in Lago Agrio, Ecuador, marking the nation’s first robusta competition of its kind. Organized by the Ecuador…

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With green coffee buyers from consumer markets as competitive as the United States in constant search of new and exciting specialty coffees to present to their quality-concerned customers, Myanmar presents an enticing proposition. The…

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A promising sign for the developing specialty coffee sector in Myanmar, coffees at the second ever Myanmar Coffee Association cupping competition generally outscored last year’s marks, with higher-scoring individual winners…

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Marcelo Pereira of the Coffee Quality Institute poses with the two winning farmers (Daw Phyu Pu, left, and Daw Mya Hnin, right).

The top two spots in Myanmar’s first ever national cupping competition, held in Yangon, went to two women farmers from the village of Pway-Na-Phar near Ywangan, in the Southern Shan…

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Having been in coffee for more than 13 years, I am a tad embarrassed to admit that I have never been to the United States’ main coffee origin: Hawaii. I haven’t even been to its famous beaches, let alone its inland coffee farms. Sad, right? So when a few weeks ago I was invited to be a speaker at the Ka’u Coffee […]

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