The story of the mystery coffee shocked and angered me. It represented a partnership gone sour.
Burke started with us in August, 2013, and has been working closely with our roasting team, Jacob and Cody, to learn the art of roasting coffee.
The coop’s coffee had 12% defects. Only 7% is acceptable – so we had a problem to solve.
This project will raise $10,000 to help coffee farmers stop the spread of La Roya, a fungal disease that affects coffee trees.
The Delicious Peace coffee we had ordered was eight months late. I went to Mbale to find out why.
Paul gives us a look at a hotel in Uganda, introduces his travel companion and explains the purpose of his visit to Uganda.
Paul travels from Jinja to our partner cooperative’s dry mill in Mbale, Uganda.
Paul arrives in Uganda and visits a cooperative growing Organic Robusta coffee.
This month, Paul departs his comfortable home in Northern CA to visit coffee Farmers and Cooperatives in Rwanda and Uganda.