Coffee Insiders’ Update (04/Feb)

Warning: Drought Causes Damage to Coffee Crop In our last update, we mentioned that the quality of the 2016 crop was being seriously affected due to the El Niño. Although the quantity seemed still high, the quality was low because normal “broca” levels should be under 2% but right now are 5%-10% and could reach 

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Coffee Insiders’ Update (20/Jan)

Is the quality of the 2016 Crop Seriously Affected”? In our last update, we mentioned that our internal surveys showed that our April/May 2016 crop, known as the “mitaca” or “traviesa” won’t be very much concentrated. This was due to the fact that the fruits had been growing intermittently and not in a concentrated way. It 

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