Tag Archives: relationship coffee

29Jun/20

Quaffee Newsletter June 2020 – new coffees, coming coffees and a breakdown of logistics

Short and Sweet Summary For those who find slogging through our newsletters a drudgery, here’s an “elevator” mind map: In summary: New coffees: Kenyan Chesiro (PB) Washed Brazilian Cinco Estrelas Natural BurundianRead More…

30Nov/17
Jaime Casallas, Finca el Prado

Visit to Jaime Casallas, Finca el Prado

Having receive our microlot for Jaime Casallas, Finca el Prado last month, we looked through our site and noticed the original post on our old blog quaffees.com – had not imported so decidedRead More…

05May/16
Colombia Trip La Piramide La Cumbre

Finca La Cumbre – La Piramide contributor (Cauca, Colombia)

Date visited: 28 Apr 2016 Farmer (Caficultor):   Nilson Ucue – contributor to La Piramide. Nilson has been working with Caravela for 2 years. His quality has been improving and so has hisRead More…

10Feb/15
Relationship Coffee Colombian Farmers

What is Relationship coffee?

The Relationship Coffee model is a traceable approach to coffee. Coffee farmers are put in touch with roasters directly by a company adding massive value. Caravela use this model in central andRead More…

06Dec/12

Quaffee Newsletter Vol 1 Issue 5

Welcome to the Issue 5 of Quaffee Newsletter. Season greetings to all, and thank you to all our clients for their support this year. This Newsletter we introduce our first limited editionRead More…

06Mar/12

Our Kenyan PB comes from Nyeri, a farm near to them was in the top ten 2010

The coffee we sell that is the Kagumo Peaberry comes from the KAGUMO-INI MILLING STATION. worker on the Kagumo-ini farm Kagumo-ini milling station or ‘factory’ as they are known in Kenya isRead More…

08Feb/12

A day of introduction to Profile roasting

7 Feb Diedrich Notes Introduction to roasting profiles Today we concentrated on how different profiles affect coffee taste. There are two analogies that you can use with coffee roasting: Coffee is likeRead More…

01Feb/12

Coffee Market Summary for Jan 2012

Summarized news from January 2012 concentrating on countries that produce at least 30% Arabica only, and listed by date news was issued. Executive summary for Jan 2012 News summary: Most of theRead More…

10Nov/11

Los Naranjos some background

Los Naranjosstands for the “Orange Trees” in Spanish. It also means hope for the 97 small coffee growers that are members of the Asociación Los Naranjos de San Agustin. Los Naranjos Relationship CoffeeRead More…