Delicious Peace Coffee

Farmers & Cooperatives Delicious Peace Coffee by Paul Katzeff Delicious Peace Coffee is produced in Uganda by 250 coffee farmers of Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths who work together in their newly reformed cooperative after the last one they belonged to was...
Coffee Processing: Dry versus Wet

Coffee Processing: Dry versus Wet

Coffee 101 There are countless variables that contribute to the complex flavors of your favorite coffee before it even reaches your cup. Many people know that the country of origin, coffee tree varietal, and roast color have an immediate impact, but fewer people know...
How to Store Your Coffee

How to Store Your Coffee

Coffee 101 How to store your coffee to keep it fresh and as tasty as the day it was received: Staling is caused, in order of most harmful to least harmful Exposure to air (Oxidization) Exposure to heat Exposure to moisture Exposure to light AIR Roasted Coffee beans...
This is Shade-Grown Coffee

This is Shade-Grown Coffee

Sustainability Shade Coffee looks like this: grown under the canopy of indigenous trees. The white barked taller trees are commonly known in Central America as “Inga”. They are great for coffee because they not only provide shade for the trees but also habitat for...
A Letter from Elijah

A Letter from Elijah

Farmers & Cooperatives Hello, my friends! My name is John Elijah, and I am excited to introduce myself and my project to the Thanksgiving Coffee community. I have dreamt of creating a video production company here in Uganda for the past several years, and...