Can Liberica Change The Way We Grow Coffee?
Once cultivated in the 19th century to battle coffee leaf rust, liberica, a nearly forgotten coffee species—and its new subvariety, excelsa—may be the answer to the looming threat of climate change.
Good Genes: Genetic Diversity And The Future of Coffee
How the industry is looking to genetic resource conservation to help preserve coffee.
New Names, Same Faces: Genetic Accuracy for Yemeni Coffee
In Yemen, coffee varieties are often referred to by colloquial names, which are often inaccurate and don’t reflect real varieties. But a new study is giving farmers more definitive names and greater access to…
Contemporary Indonesian Specialty Coffee: A Chat with Three Coffee Processors
The world of Indonesian coffee has changed a lot over the past five years. Here are three coffee processors discussing the highlights and challenges of Indonesian coffee production.
The Myth of Congolese Coffee
Congolese coffee has historically been absent from most coffee roasters’ menus—but may soon become a go-to in America because of its unique versatility.