Making the Most of Our Partnerships to Origin

Four pillars for strengthening relationships with our partners in coffee-producing countries.
by Michael Kaiser | February 15, 2017

Reports from Ethiopia—Part Five

Ever wonder what it's like to travel internationally with a five-year-old?
by Emily McIntyre | February 10, 2017

Reports from Ethiopia—Part Four

An update from Deribe Wubayehu’s coffee farm in Ethiopia.
by Emily McIntyre | February 3, 2017

Reports from Ethiopia—Part Three

Emily McIntyre checks in from the Aregash Lodge in southern Ethiopia.
by Emily McIntyre | January 27, 2017

Roasting in Coffee-Producing Countries

Coffee-producing countries like Rwanda are roasting more frequently, helping facilitate local consumer culture.
by Marcus Young | January 24, 2017

Reports from Ethiopia—Part Two

Emily McIntyre delivers her second blog entry from Ethiopia.
by Emily McIntyre | January 20, 2017

Emily McIntyre Reports from Ethiopia

Emily McIntyre checks in from Ethiopia, where she's working to help progress Ethiopia's coffee industry.
by Emily McIntyre | January 10, 2017

More Firsts for the Timor-Leste Coffee Community

The Timor-Leste Coffee Association hosted its first national cup quality contest in conjunction with Festivál Kafé Timor in December.
by Chris Lucia | January 4, 2017

Carmo de Minas, Brazil

Brazil grows 30 percent of the world's coffee, but products fight a reputation as filler- or commodity-grade. Local farmers are working to change that.
by Scott Tupper | January 3, 2017

World Coffee Research’s Christophe Montagnon

World Coffee Research's scientific director discusses current and upcoming projects.
by Ellie Bradley | December 28, 2016