Nawar Adra chats with David Parnham of Cafe Culture and Eric Baden of Coffee Commune. In this episode they discuss the history of coffee farming in Yunnan province, China and Coffee Commune's mission in helping it's development toward specialty and the future.
In this episode we explore the transformation of the WAC from it's origins to where it is today. Tim Williams gives us an insight in to what was new this year, as WAC is hosted for the first time in Sydney with Single O.
Our second podcast in promotion for our Map it Forward event (check it out on eventbrite). An incredible interview with Luiz Rodrigues (Capicornio Coffee) and Muki Yeung (Condea Co-Lab)
Luiz Rodrigues is an agronomist and a first generation farmer who had to figure out how to grow coffee. Years later his farm and his co-up has won 'cup of excellence' awards and is now exporting coffee all around the world. Luiz takes us through the struggles and the steps of building a coffee farm, the misconceptions of growing quality coffee and the perspective of a producer in the coffee market. The interview included a bit of laughter, a bit of science and an emotional journey. It's worth a listen!
In this episode we talk about how companies are becoming transparent in showing what they are paying farmers for their coffee. We talk about business across cultures and create general discussion on business ethics. Enjoy!
This is an interview between Sam Sgambellone from Coffee Kaizen and Reuben Mardan from Sample Coffee where they discuss Reuben's involvement in the inaugural CRS Roasters Smackdown in which he won both the People's Choice and Industry Award.
You can download Reuben's Cropster Roast Curves here bit.ly/2mtBidc, find out more about the CRS Roasters Smackdown at roastersmackdown.com, Coffee Kaizen at www.coffeekaizen.com and Sample Coffee at www.samplecoffee.com.au.