Monthly Archives: October 2013

 

Honduras and Mexican Coffee Information

Honduras and Mexican Coffee Information

Passionate Harvest partners with an organization named Growers First, working to improve the quality of coffee in Honduras and Mexico.  Along with those improvements, Growers First works through local churches and others to improve life on the farm with provisions such as education, supplying of basic needs such as electricity, Vacation Bible Schools, training and [...]
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COFFEE AS MISSIONS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA PART 2

COFFEE AS MISSIONS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA PART 2

THURSDAY—  Had a group meeting with YWAM and talked about our agendas and how they might fit together, Plantation needs vs. Rotary Water Sanitation focus vs. YWAM Ministries very profitable time and will be a nice blend Meeting with Warlike Community School board chairman and onsite inspection of school reviewing the possibilities FRIDAY— Tips to [...]
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COFFEE AS MISSIONS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA PART 1

COFFEE AS MISSIONS IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA PART 1

Right now a group of 9 young people from YWAM are at the farm … they are assisting Dr. Larry with a school water/sanitation project.   The day they arrived, approximately 700 – 1000 people were in the village waiting to welcome them.  Along with building the water/sanitation system at the school, they are visiting churches [...]
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ETHIOPIAN COFFEE PROJECT

ETHIOPIAN COFFEE PROJECT

Ethiopia is the birthplace of coffee so it only makes sense to have a major coffee project taking place in this country.  We have partnered up with individuals to put together one of the most exciting coffee project I have ever been asked to be part of.  The coffee will be coming from the Southern [...]
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PERU COFFEE OFFERINGS

PERU COFFEE OFFERINGS

Certification:  Fair Trade and Organic Region: Jaen and San Ignacio Cooperative: Aprocassi  (Started in 2000 by 80 farmers, committed to quality and fair price) Varietals: Typica, Cattura, Pache, Bourbon and Amarillo Preparation: Fully Washed Cupping/Roasting Notes: Cup Characteristics: Medium body, slightly sweet with mild acidity. Clean with well-structured body. Ripe berry, grape, tropical flavors. Roasting [...]
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Enjoed some Papua N,ew Guinea Purosa this morning, very nice coffee, full of chocolate, spice and sweet notes.
Enjoying a cup of Sumatra honey processed, amazing how the different wasy of processig can affect the flavor.... https://t.co/Qcvl08ZSoM
Enjoyed a great cup of Sumatra from a friend who works in Indonesia.with the coffee growers. Amazes me how much... https://t.co/a2S261mJYw
Coffee is the common man’s gold, and like gold, it brings to every person the feeling of luxury and nobility.... https://t.co/0vcXCY7xeT
Let's face it, no one wants to drink bad coffee no matter what it supports, there needs to be a balance of great... https://t.co/BToudZebtB
Some coffees are just so much better during the summer. Our Ethiopian Kochere is defihiitey like that. Enoyed a... https://t.co/qAQDIA99wl
Enjoying a French Press of Papua New Guinea coffee this morning. Such a treasure to be sought out in the coffee... https://t.co/gCqUOwJeeb
Sometimes I wonder who comes up with these sophisticated words when describing coffee, I can get through the... https://t.co/KC0K2NgsFL
Congratulations to Larry and Lawanna who had a wonderful write up from their local newspaper in Florida about... https://t.co/hZkqp9EnLl
Sometimes it's importanat to sit down and share a cup of coffee with a friend build a relationhip with a... https://t.co/NFzSPJ1X2p