May 2018 in National Coffee Competitions: A Recap of New Champions from Around the Globe

Here is our recap of the winners of national coffee competitions from around the world in collaboration with World Coffee Events (WCE) for the month of May 2018. These dedicated coffee competitors have earned the right to represent their country in coffee competitions at the international level. For more information on upcoming world championships and …

SCA Podcast #19: The Science of Coffee Freshness

This week on the SCA Podcast, we feature a talk by Samo Smrke, Research Scientist at the Coffee Excellence Center of the Zurich University of Applied Sciences. Samo covers research he conducted in collaboration with the SCA on the effects of carbon dioxide degassing on coffee freshness and espresso extraction. Research by Samo and his …

Coffee Degassing: Impact on Freshness and Extraction – Samo Smrke

Samo Smrke, Research Scientist at the Coffee Excellence Center of the Zurich University of Applied Sciences, speaking at Roaster Camp Poznan in October 2017 about research he conducted in collaboration with the SCA on the effects of carbon dioxide degassing on coffee freshness and espresso extraction. Research by Samo and his colleagues at the Coffee …

April 2018 in National Coffee Competitions: A Recap of New Champions from Around the Globe

Here is our recap of the winners of national coffee competitions from around the world in collaboration with World Coffee Events (WCE) for the month of April 2018. These dedicated coffee competitors have earned the right to represent their country in coffee competitions at the international level. For more information on upcoming world championships and …

SCA Podcast #18: Should Coffee Be Treated Like Wine?

This week on the SCA Podcast, Felipe Croce of Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza, a coffee farm in the state of São Paulo in Brazil, talks about coffee fermentation and asks, “Should coffee be treated like wine?” Watch the video recording of this talk on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/udQNeGtdW_Y. This week’s episode was recorded at the Roaster Guild of Europe’s …

Exploring Fermentation: Should Coffee Be Treated Like Wine? – Felipe Croce

Felipe Croce of Fazenda Ambiental Fortaleza, a coffee farm in the state of São Paulo in Brazil, speaking at Roaster Camp Poznan 2017 on coffee fermentation. This talk was recorded at the Roaster Guild of Europe’s Roaster Camp, which took place in October of last year in the city of Poznan in Poland. Since then, …

Re:co Fellow Spotlight: Implementing Drone Technology in Coffee Farming

By LYELA MUTSIYA As a coffee farmers daughter I understand the challenges my father faces and it is important for me to do something about it. In 2017 I established Kenspeco (short for Kenya Specialty Coffee) a coffee exporting and farm management company. I opened this company with one goal in mind, to eradicate poverty …

Cartographie de l’Éthiopie – 25 Magazine: Issue 4

Il y a peu de choses à dire sur l’Éthiopie en matière de café. Souvent citée comme le berceau de l’Arabica, et connue pour sa vaste gamme de profils de saveurs uniques, l’Éthiopie se classe régulièrement parmi les pays producteurs de café préférés des baristas et des amateurs de café. Mais connaissons-nous vraiment ce pays …

Join The Unified Coffee Roasters Guild For Their First Meeting & Mixer At Expo

By JOE MARROCCO The Roasters Guild and the Roaster Guild of Europe are now the Coffee Roasters Guild (CRG). After months of work and meetings behind the scenes, the RG and RGE leadership groups are ready and excited to bring together the members of both guilds into one collaborative community of professional roasters. As one …